Replace him before next season – “Chelsea need someone better”, We need ‘better striker’ – Tony Cascarino Tell Chelsea

Replace him before next season – “Chelsea need someone better”, We need ‘better striker’ – Tony Cascarino Tell Chelsea

Chelsea has been instructed to let Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang go and replace him with a “better striker” for the upcoming campaign.

Aubameyang spent £10 million moving from Barcelona to Chelsea on the final day of the summer transfer window. Since then, he has scored three goals in 10 games.

The 33-year-old succeeded at Arsenal before moving to the Nou Camp at the beginning of 2022, but he now doesn’t seem to be able to recapture his best form there.

As a result, Blues manager Graham Potter occasionally benched Aubameyang in favor of using Kai Havertz as a false nine.

Tony Cascarino, a former striker for both Chelsea and the Republic of Ireland, believes Aubameyang’s time at Stamford Bridge will be brief and advises Todd Boehly to find a “better” frontman.

He said to talkSPORT, “I’m not even sure Aubameyang is a player Chelsea would be looking at next season.” “I believe that what will occur is what occurred to him in Barcelona.”

They brought him to the team, made a significant signing, and immediately realized they needed to move on to a stronger striker.

As a football club, I believe Chelsea will have to make that change. By the conclusion of the season, they’ll part ways with Aubameyang and hunt for a replacement, without a doubt.

The last 30 minutes of Chelsea’s humiliating 4-1 Premier League loss to Brighton at the weekend saw Aubameyang enter the game.

Cascarino has criticized Chelsea’s performance at the Amex Stadium and claims that Marc Cucurella, a different summer arrival, appears to be ‘lost’ there.

Chelsea made errors all over the place, he continued. It’s challenging to single out one person or choose a scapegoat. The entire team was well off their game speed.

Even players like Cucurella were dispersed; he was truly dispersed. He gave off the impression that he was lost.

He was a £60 million acquisition by Chelsea. Graham Potter may have caused him harm by taking him off before halftime [against Manchester United] and switching systems.

He appears to be absolutely bewildered, especially given that he is in a large club.

Chelsea dropped to sixth place in the Premier League following the weekend’s results, three points outside the top four spots.

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