Juventus’ Milos Krasic could become the prime target, of Roman latest revolution this summer. The Sun quotes Krasic’s agent, Valado Borozan as stating of Chelsea,
“They are interested in the player and they are one of the clubs he likes.”
If Juve are willing to sell the Serbian they’re not likely to be short of offers. Krasic has already being linked with a move to England in recent months, with Spurs raised as a likely destination. However the form of Tottenham’s wide men Arron Lennon and Gareth Bale this season would suggest that first team football would not be guaranteed to the 27 year-old.
Andre Villas-Boas is eager to further alter the blues playing style with a priority being the addition of width. This is a role Krasic would be suitable to fill but a downside may be his lack of prior premiership experience. He currently plays in Seria A, where the pace of the game is much slower, and could take time to adapt to the English game.
After already passing off one season as a year of rebuilding signing another set of players in need of time to adjust to the premiership may be trying on the patience of Chelsea’s usually ruthless owner.
Also given the impressive performances of Juan Mata and Daniel Sturridge this season the changing of Chelsea’s attacking structure seems unnecessary. A more important signing would be that of a central striker to work between Mata and Sturridge to provide the goals needed to ensure Chelsea once again return to the realms of title challenging.
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