Thomas Tuchel said last week that while he won’t completely rule out signing a striker, bringing in a No.9 isn’t necessary as he is happy with the team’s ‘flexible’ attacking options.
Tuchel has said that he can field Armando Broja, Raheem Sterling, Kai Havertz or Timo Werner as the striker.
However, none of these are specialists at the position and the duo of Werner and Havertz have not really been consistent with their goals, scoring 23 goals each in two seasons here.
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Sterling also prefers to play on the left wing too, while Broja is certainly not close to world-class quality yet.
So, our question to you is this – do Chelsea need to sign a central striker, or are you happy with the current options at the club?