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Stan Collymore advises Todd Boehly to bid £30 million for another Brighton player

Todd Boehly was in charge of the £323 million spent during the January transfer window, and it looks like more money may be spent in the summer.

In the six months before, Chelsea spent 172 million pounds on six new attackers. However, despite these new players, the Blues haven’t seen much of an improvement in their offensive play. Raheem Sterling and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang were both bought during the summer transfer window. David Datro Fofana, Joao Felix, Mykhailo Mudryk, and Noni Madueke were all bought during the January transfer window.

This season in the Premier League, only seven teams have scored fewer goals than the Blues. This is why they have made a lot of changes up front. Raheem Sterling and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang were paired up over the summer, and it seemed like they would be able to ease any concerns about scoring goals because they had both scored a lot of goals in England’s top league for Manchester City and Arsenal, respectively.

Even so, both players have had good stretches of play this season, and both have scored in this tournament. After a string of bad games before and after the World Cup, Aubameyang’s chances of staying on the team are slim. Sterling’s playing time has been limited by injury.

Potter’s decision not to put 33-year-old Aubameyang in Chelsea’s Champions League lineup may be the best way to show how he feels about the player right now. Even though the four new players have only been on the team for a little over a month, they have already shown how good they are.

Madueke and Felix both showed signs of talent in their first games, though Felix’s was ruined by his red card. Mudryk’s cameo against Liverpool was, to put it mildly, amazing. When Chelsea plays West Ham this coming Saturday, Felix will finally be part of the Chelsea team. People have been waiting with bated breath for Felix to get home.

Malo Gusto and Christopher Nkunku are expected to join the team before the 2023/2024 season starts, and seven new players joined in January. But the club still needs to focus on getting a goalkeeper, a central defender, a midfielder, and a striker this summer.

Since Chelsea already has Sterling, Mudryk, and Madueke as natural wingers, it is unlikely that the team would bring in another player to play that position. But if Chelsea has the chance to work with a wide player in the Premier League who is doing well right now, they might find it too good to pass up.

Kaoru Mitoma, Brighton’s best player, has been on a roll lately. Over the weekend, he scored the game-winning goals in wins against Liverpool in the FA Cup and Bournemouth. These goals came after goals against Leicester, Everton, and Arsenal. Mitoma is getting a lot of attention for his last play.

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Mitoma has done well since the Seagulls replaced Leandro Trossard with him at the start of the winter transfer window. In 2021, he moved from the Japanese club Kawasaki Frontale to the south coast for £2.7 million. During that transfer window, Leandro Trossard left the Seagulls for Arsenal, but Mitoma has been able to fill in without any problems. Now that Stan Collymore has told Chelsea why they should think about getting Mitoma in the summer when they can do so for a low price given his skills, they should also think about doing so.

He said on CaughtOffside, “I’d be surprised if some of the bigger teams weren’t making offers for him by the end of the season.” He also said, “His talent is there for everyone to see.”

He won’t be able to charge a price that is way too high. Even a 30 million pound offer, which would give Brighton a return on investment of more than 500% in just one year, would be too good for Brighton to turn down, since he still has two years left on his contract and they got him for almost nothing. We all know that a deal like that would make Chelsea FC’s new owner salivate.

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