Sarri hints at the need for Chelsea to sign attackers in January

Posted January 05, 2019

Following Chelsea's 0-0 draw against Southampton, manager Maurizio Sarri admitted that the Blues would need another forward: "The club knows my opinion".

The Blues are now in fourth place in the table but just three points ahead of Arsenal and six points ahead of Manchester United in the top flight table.

Chelsea confirmed on Wednesday that they had reached an agreement with Borussia Dortmund over a €64million transfer for the United States worldwide.

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Chelsea have struggled in the striking department during the ongoing campaign with the front duo of Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud managing just a combined six goals in the top-flight.

"On the bench I tried to do my job".

"I am not in charge of the [transfer] market, of course, so I have to think about the matches I have to play every three days, so I can only say my opinion to the club".

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But the Italian club are not ready to do any business with the Premier League giants. I think we need something different for characteristics.

"We have to try to solve the problem of the last 15, 20 metres".

Higuain, who is now on loan at AC Milan from Juventus, will not be moving to another club, as per Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici, who said, "About his future, I think he's important for AC Milan, he's a great striker and they want to keep him". I have to try to improve my players, my team, my offensive phase, or better my offensive phase in the last 20 metres. "It's up to the board".

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