The Chelsea fans in the Transfer Tavern were disappointed to leave The Emirates Stadium with only a point to show for their efforts yesterday evening.
Chelsea arrived in North-London to face Arsenal last night with the knowledge that an away victory would enable them to leapfrog Manchester United into 2nd place in the Premier League table. It is no wonder that the resident Blues propping up the bar were feeling so distraught in the aftermath of proceedings, considering their side came from behind to lead with just 4 minutes of injury time left to play.
Indeed, the evening could have been very different for The Pensioners if Alvaro Morata had brought his a-game to the Emirates Stadium, but much to the relief of The Gunners, the Spaniard appeared to have left his shooting boots in West-London.
Morata’s performance infuriated plenty of the Chelsea fans on Twitter, and his inability to find the back of the net has caused a handful of fans to suggest that Roman Abramovic should get his cheque book out and bring Tottenham’s Harry Kane to the club.
A move for Kane would be up there with one of the most dramatic transfers in Premier League history, but that has certainly not deterred some supporters from demanding their club to make a bid for his services.
Here’s what a handful of Chelsea supporters have had to say about a potential move for Harry Kane…
Chelsea needs to break the bank for Harry Kane. He can fit into their style of play quite easily.
— Jide Browne (@simplybrowne) January 3, 2018
Kane to Chelsea for 200m please.
— HOLNESS9 (@Dan_Holness) January 3, 2018
Can’t Chelsea break the bank and sign Harry Kane
— EMIR (@Jydeskillz) January 2, 2018
Imagine Harry Kane Leading this Chelsea Attack.. Jesus
— ELI (@Hzz_exellency) January 3, 2018
If Chelsea had Harry Kane as a striker,the way we are creating this season he would easily score 40+ goals in the PL alone.
— Ed (@_____Morfin) January 3, 2018
That is it they have a bank in the first place
— fran6 (@fran6williams) January 2, 2018
You can't break some banks if it is owned by Danny levy
— Ilesanmi Mobolade (@beckyoloye007) January 2, 2018