In what can be termed a new year presence, Jose Mourinho has lined up two strikers Emmanuel Adebayor and Gonzalo Huguain with the aim of sealing a deal for either of them on the re-opening of the transfer market in January, this is according to the Metro.
Chelsea currently sits in 14th position on the Premier League log and have struggled to find their foot in the League. This has led Chelsea to be linked with several top-notch strikers that can help rescue their season.
Diego Costa, Falcao and Remy have failed to live up their bidding this term and that led Mourinho to playing without a striker in two of Chelsea’s game. He has obviously lost faith in his strikers and now looking for reinforcement.
While in Real Madrid, Mourinho was the manager of Higuain and Adebayor and he is keen on a reunion with either of the strikers as per the Metro.
Higuain was on the radar of Arsenal during the summer but the striker opted to stay put with the Seria A giant but his agent has revealed that he may leave the Italian club. Meanwhile, Adebayor has been without a club beginning this season but he has set his sight on a return to Europe.
Chelsea’s strikers have scored five goals in all competitions this season and Mourinho is keen on overhauling his attack.