Maurizio Sarri: Chelsea Need 'Something Different' At Striker

Maurizio Sarri: Chelsea Need 'Something Different' At Striker

Maurizio Sarri: Chelsea Need 'Something Different' At Striker

The former Newcastle striker stated this following Chelsea's 0-0 draw with Southampton in the Premier League encounter on Wednesday night at Stamford Bridge.

Sarri's team remain in fourth place, but they are now just three points ahead of fifth-placed Arsenal in the race to qualify for next season's Champions League.

Sarri's assistant coach, Gianfranco Zola, has confirmed that Chelsea are keen on Bournemouth's Callum Wilson, though he admitted they were not the only side watching the new England worldwide.

Chelsea announced the £57 million signing of Christian Pulisic on Wednesday, though the USA worldwide will not arrive from Borussia Dortmund until the summer, whilst the club have also been credited with an interest in AC Milan striker Gonzalo Higuaín.

"I didn't know anything about Christian Pulisic yesterday", Sarri said.

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Sarri himself, meanwhile, spoke of his wish to bring in a new forward player following the Southampton stalemate, telling a news conference: "We have to try to solve the problem of the last 15 or 20 metres". "The club asked my opinion about him one month ago".

The United States global will remain at the Signa Iguna Park until the end of the season before making a return back to the west London club.

Premier League legend, Alan Shearer, has predicted that Maurizio Sarri's Chelsea will finish this season's Premier League on a top-four position. I think we need something different for characteristics. I have to try to improve my players in the offensive phase.

For the moment, Sarri continues to use Willian, but the Brazilian's bid to prove his worth was ruined when he was forced off with an injury late in the first half.

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