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Why Chelsea MUST sign Everton’s home-grown prodigy

Date: 26th May 2014 at 7:57pm
Written by Christy Malyan

At the start of May, Jose Mourinho stated his intentions to make two big signings at Chelsea this summer. We already know the Portuguese’s plans to sign £32million striker Diego Costa, following his La Liga-winning campaign with Atletico Madrid. And with David Luiz now departing for PSG, as well as 13-year servant Frank Lampard unlikely to be offered a new contract at Stamford Bridge, the natural assumption is that Mourinho’s second acquisition of the summer will be a midfielder. A number of middlemen have been mooted in the tabloids, boasting a wide variety of styles. But in my opinion, the only midfielder Chelsea should be interested in this summer is Everton prodigy Ross Barkley. The 20-year-old has just ended a sensational breakthrough season at Goodison Park, starting with a coming-of-age left-footed belter against Norwich City on the opening weekend, echoing shades of fellow Toffees graduate Wayne Rooney, and finishing with a call-up to England’s World Cup squad. Admittedly, we’ve witnessed this overhyping far too frequently in regards to home-grown talents, but in truth, rumours of Barkley’s enormous potential have been bubbling under the surface of English football for some time. Tim Cahill claimed during his Merseyside days that the midfielder was the most talented footballer he’s ever worked with, whilst Martin Keown remarked over ... Read More


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