Romano has confirms £34m forward has joined Premier League club, been offered to Chelsea

Romano has confirms £34m forward has joined Premier League club, been offered to Chelsea

The 23-year-loan old’s transfer from Atletico Madrid to Wolverhampton Wanderers received Fabrizio Romano’s thumbs-up.

Wolves have the option to pay between £34 million and £43 million to permanently sign Cunha.

The Premier League’s lowest scorers are now under the management of newly recruited manager Julian Lopetegui, who urgently needs more firepower.

Sadly, it’s possible that Lopetegui’s bosses chose the incorrect person to shoot them to survive.

Cunha has made 17 appearances for Atletico this year but has failed to register a single goal.

Actually, since joining the Spanish club last summer, he has only scored seven goals.

According to this information, Chelsea might have dodged a bullet.

Todd Boehly reportedly received a striker offer from Atletico before Wolves snatched him up.

They knew just what Graham Potter needed—another forward—to replace their stuttering number nine.

Joao Felix, a clubmate of Cunha’s, was also reportedly introduced to Boehly, though it is unlikely that he will join Cunha at Stamford Bridge.

Instead, by securing the contracts of David Datro Fofana and Christopher Nkunku, Chelsea’s owner has chosen to look toward the future.

However, right now, Potter needs assistance.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is the only recognizable player to lead the line due to Armando Broja’s injury.

Cunha, who may start against Chelsea at the beginning of April, is obviously not the answer.

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