Zlatan Ibrahimovic approved Todd Boehly’s £80m Rafael Leao to Chelsea transfer decision

Zlatan Ibrahimovic approved Todd Boehly’s £80m Rafael Leao to Chelsea transfer decision

Football legend Zlatan Ibrahimovic has already weighed in on Rafael Leao and given his blessing as Chelsea prepares an ambitious £80 million bid for the AC Milan player.

New owner and temporary Sporting Director Todd Boehly has been given the duty of supporting manager Thomas Tuchel with additions that will put the west Londoners in the title race as the Blues attempt to close out the summer transfer window with a bang. Chelsea’s problems have been a combination of midfield instability, attacking bluntness, defensive frailties, and poor mentality, as demonstrated most recently at Elland Road over the weekend. After a season-opening start that has yielded a total of four points from nine available, Chelsea’s woes have been a mixture of these factors.

In recent years, Tuchel’s team has never been able to rally the Blues after falling behind a goal. A quality that will undoubtedly make Chelsea one of the teams with the busiest transfer markets from now until September 1 is. “I believe that you all make the error; I sense that they go 11 kilometers more, and we lose 3-0. Only one side should have had a 1-0 lead after the set piece, and that club was us. Therefore, everyone is aware that they run more. In the post-game press conference, Tuchel addressed the mentality issue and maintained it had nothing to do with it.

“I don’t believe Edou’s tendency to make poor decisions is an attitude. Currently, I believe set pieces are affected by mentality. Please refrain from using the large mentality as a headline. The set-piece mentality is inadequate. Discipline and doing what is right and what strengthens us in the first 15-20 minutes are the key components of mentality.

“It was sufficient to end the game and return it to where it had been during the previous season. If they took advantage of their first opportunity to score and did so, a victory is attainable. We have a serious mental health issue, and I don’t see how it is related to the fact that we are unprepared for what is to come. Perhaps you don’t believe me.

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