Chelsea Target £35m-Rated Gonzalo Higuain As Real Line-up Aguero

By on April 27, 2012

With the summer transfer window just around the corner, we’ll aim to bring you the latest transfer news. Today sees Chelsea linked with a La Liga goal-scoring machine, while a Man City striker could be going in the other direction.

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Chelsea are lining up a summer move for Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain, with the La Liga giants keen on replacing him with Man City’s Sergio Aguero, according to the Sun.

The Blues could see their attacking options diminish this summer as Didier Drogba is likely to leave the Champions League finalists on a free transfer, while there are also doubts over the future of fellow Ivorian attacker Saloman Kalou, who is also out of contract in June.

Nicolas Anelka has already left the club, so Roman Abramovich is ready to get the cheque book out and revamp the Londoners striking options for next season.

According to the Sun, the Russian billionaire has identified Manchester City target Gonzalo Higuain as the man to solve their striking problems, and is lining up a bid for the £35m-rated striker. A Chelsea ‘source’ told the newspaper:

“Higuain is top of the shopping list.

“He has a phenomenal goalscoring record for Real and for Argentina but he helps make lots of goals too.

“He would be perfect for us, the sort of player who would thrive in the Premier League.”

It’s suggested that Real Madrid will try to sign Man City striker Sergio Aguero and are willing to sell Higuain in order to fund their move. The Argentine hitman has netted an impressive goal-scoring ratio in Spain, netting 102 goals in just 217 games, while he’s also contributed with 35 assists.

What do you think Chelsea fans? Would you like to see Higuain at the Bridge?

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3 Comments

  1. G

    April 27, 2012 at 10:19 am

    Hilarious, so because Real want to sell one of their players they want one of ours? The days of clubs being able to attract our players has gone, long gone. This is the most exciting project in world football and Aguero is part of that. Also he cost us 38million and he is now probably worth 70 million so dream on

    • Vhero

      April 27, 2012 at 11:32 am

      Exactly Aguero isn’t available and Real Madrid couldn’t afford him. Unlike the reds city are not a selling team and no doubt have a release clause in the hundreds of millions of his contract. They would have to go well beyond the Ronaldo transfer fee to get City interested.

  2. Jabbar

    April 28, 2012 at 12:03 pm

    Aguero will end up in Real Madrid for Sure… As Diego Maradona Said before .. & Many Real Madrid Players also mentioned it Last Season … everythng will go as the Part Of the Plan … Aguero will play for Madrid Next Season

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