Morata and Giroud? Chelsea told £90 million goal-machine Icardi ‘would be transfer upgrade

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ESPN FC pundit Paul Mariner says Inter Milan star Icardi would be a clear upgrade on the strikers Chelsea already have.

We have started the new season in terrific fashion and look like a side that could mount a serious challenge for the Premier League title, if they just add a new defender and goal-scorer to the starting line-up.

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And one striker that has been heavily linked with a move to Stamford Bridge is Icardi, who has been scoring goals for fun over in Serie A and is is regarded as one of the best strikers on the planet right now.

And Mariner believes he would be a step un strikers Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud, telling the ESPN website: “We’ve banded on about Morata, I think what Chelsea are doing is they are exploring their options.

“Can they get Icardi? Will they want to sell him? I wouldn’t want to sell him.

“So would it be a good move? I’m not quite sure. Sarri knows way better than I do whether he would fit into Chelsea and fit into the Premier League.

“He’s a goalscorer, he puts the ball in the back off the net for fun.So, I like Morata, I’ve been banging the drum for him.

“But I’m going to say that would be a good move for Chelsea.”

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Would Icardi be a great signing for us at Stamford Bridge?

At 25-years of age, Icardi is yet to come into his prime at Inter and is still developing into one of the best forwards in world football, so he could be a very good long-term investment.

And his goal-scoring at Milan has proved that he would be able to deal with most defenders in the Premier League, so considering Chelsea’s other target Harry Kane would cost around £200 million, he would be a fantastic buy for the club.


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