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Michael Owen has encouraged Chelsea to add another striker to the attack in the coming windows.

Chelsea spent some serious money in the summer transfer window and certainly added players that made an impact on the squad.

But they failed to sign the world class striker that they desired – ending up with Armando Broja, who is injured, and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who is no longer the goal-machine that he once was.

And now that the transfer window is open – Owen has opened up and told the Chelsea board that they should look to add another striker to that attack: ‘Chelsea have not really had a centre-forward for a while,’ Owen said on Premier League Productions.

‘It’s often said in the footballing circles that the centre forward spot – that number nine for Chelsea – is a graveyard position.

‘It’s been a difficult one to fill since Didier Drogba many, many years ago. There’s been some incredible, expensive signings in that Chelsea team and not many have hit it off, [Romelu] Lukaku probably being the latest one.

‘So now, despite all the hundreds of millions they’ve spent, they are not even playing with a striker.

‘In fact, they’ve hardly even got a striker at the club and the only striker they really have is injured [Armando Broja], and he was on loan at Southampton last year.”

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Owen is right and Chelsea need to add another striker to that attack – they will really struggle for goals otherwise.

The transfer window has only just opened so there is plenty of time for Chelsea to get a deal done – so it will be interesting to see just whom Graham Potter manages to get

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  1. The spanish says:

    what a pity our club is going thru ugly times like this, d vision almost lost. Roman Abromavich changed, management scattered, fans confused & players left wt no zeal to win matches. Only God can help Chelsea now!

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