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Why Boehly should consider signing Sanchez ahead of Declan Rice

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Why Boehly should consider signing Sanchez ahead of Declan Rice

There have been lots of speculations and rumors on Chelsea’s possible signing of Declan Rice in the upcoming summer transfer window, in order to boast their (Chelsea squad’s) midfield position. Rumors have also reported, of a possible exit of Jorginho and other Chelsea’s midfielders. Meanwhile, Declan Rice’s price tag, is valued in the region £150m, by West Ham, as his (Rice’s) release clause.

However, I believe that Chelsea Football club’s new owner, Todd Boehly should consider bringing in Renato Sanchez ahead of Declan Rice.

Reason:

Rice’s price tag will be expensive than Sanchez:

The price tag which West Ham, labeled on their midfielder, Declan Rice, could be seen as an expensive one, prior to Declan Rice’s capabilities. However, the price tag labeled on Declan, will be enough to purchase Renato Sanchez of Lille, who has more tactical capabilities than Rice, and another player for Chelsea’s squad. Hence, the need for Boehly to spend wisely.

England players are always hyped in the English Premier League:

Most England players are always been hyped above their qualities and performances in the EPL competition, which negatively affect most clubs, that purchase them (English players). The likes of Jack Graelish of Manchester City, and Sancho of Manchester United, were hyped above their qualities and performances. Which was really awful, because their signings was an unfavorable signings for both Manchester City and Manchester United, courtesy of their (Graelish’s and Sancho’s) appalling performances. Graelish’s puny performances, made him fell down the pecking order of Manchester City’s starting eleven. Meanwhile, Rice is no doubt, a good midfielder, but Sanchez possesses more tactical experience than Declan. And Sanchez, if purchased by Boehly, might become Kante’s long term replacement.

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