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SURPRISE NEWS: AA as reported by Fabrizio Romano, Chelsea FC is reportedly considering signing a different highly skilled Nigerian striker after failing to reach a deal with Napoli to acquire Victor Osimhen.

SURPRISE NEWS: AA as reported by Fabrizio Romano, Chelsea FC is reportedly considering signing a different highly skilled Nigerian striker after failing to reach a deal with Napoli to acquire Victor Osimhen.

Chelsea realizes they need to look into other options in their search for a strong striker because Nicolas Jackson hasn’t lived up to the hype at Stamford Bridge.

Victor Osimhen is still viewed as a top target, but PSG is becoming more competitive as they eye him as a possible replacement for Kylian Mbappe who could leave for Real Madrid.

Another possible option is Ivan Toney, but Arsenal and Manchester United are very interested in the Brentford striker, so the chase will not be easy.

Victor Boniface comes into play for Chelsea as a result of their need to expand their search for striking options.

Chelsea is reportedly interested in signing Boniface, who signed a €16 million contract with Chelsea in 2023 after leaving Saint-Gilloise, according to BILD, which is confirmed by Christian Falk, the outlet’s chief transfer expert.

Bayer Leverkusen seems reluctant to part ways with the striker, despite Chelsea’s interest.

Falk made clear in an interview with CaughtOffside that Nicolas Jackson has not yet found a solution for Chelsea’s striker problem, leaving the door open for another player to take up the slack.

Before suffering an adductor injury, 23-year-old sensation Victor Boniface showed promise, tallying 16 goals and dishing out eight assists in 23 appearances.

Though he is regarded as one of Europe’s most promising forwards when healthy, his injury history—having suffered two ACL injuries in his comparatively short career—raises questions.

The search for a first-rate number nine continues to be Chelsea’s top priority even as the team manages the intricacies of the transfer market and competition from other teams.

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The relationships involving Osimhen, Toney, and now Boniface show the complexities and difficulties involved in finding a striker capable of having a big impact at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea’s choices during the transfer window will be crucial in determining how their attacking line-up is assembled for the next few seasons.

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