The Chelsea fans in the Transfer Tavern are hoping that Antonio Conte will bring a handful of quality signings to the club this month.
Chelsea have already managed to secure the signing of Ross Barkley this month, but there are plenty of supporters who are hoping they can make further acquisitions before the window slams shut at the end of the month. Antonio Conte has regularly vented his frustration to the British media with regard to his lack of options at the club, despite the fact The Blues spent heavily on Bakayoko, Zappacosta, Rudiger, Morata and Drinkwater last summer.
Conte has received plenty of criticism for his public complaints, particularly because they have talented youngster’s such as Loftus-Cheek and Tammy Abraham playing their trade elsewhere on loan.
And Chelsea have let another one of their youngster’s leave the club on a temporary basis this month, as 20-year-old Jake Clarke-Selter has now completed a move to Chris Coleman’s Sunderland who are currently rock-bottom of The Championship.
Jake Clarke-Salter has today joined Sunderland on loan until the end of the season… https://t.co/PhvB21QJT8
— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 8, 2018
But the club post doesn’t seem to have generated too much interest in the future of Clarke-Salter, or how his development could benefit from the move, as the supporters have used the post as an opportunity to submit their transfer demands directly to the club.
Here’s what the Chelsea fans had to say in response to the club post…
Sell morata buy aguero
— steven baker (@craven1one) January 8, 2018
announce Alex Sandro and Mahrez
— εяıc (@prytalone) January 8, 2018
Morata Next please
— Mr Kay (@iAm_elkay) January 8, 2018
— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFcss) January 8, 2018
Now buy Sanchez please
— captain tsubasa
good losing experience for him
— (@Musondastic) January 8, 2018Like what the TT have on offer? Sign up for more notifications!
We want Mahrez
— Ayomikun (@Layoneayo) January 9, 2018
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