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Chelsea Fc Latest Transfer News:-
Jadon Sancho would be a great addition at chelsea,according to the club legend John Terry.
Sancho is heavily linked with the premier league clubs after the sensational recent form.
Premier league clubs which are interested in the services of sancho are liverpool,chelsea and manchester united.
Terry who have won everything with the club including five premier league and champions league,urged to blues to sign jadon sancho from borussia dortmund.
Terry believes chelsea should sign sancho as he would thrive alongside the blue’s young stars including Tammy Abraham and Mason Mount in the squad.
Terry said “I think Sancho is one of the best young players in the world at the moment, so he’d be a great addition to Chelsea’s squad.
“It would make us better as well, but the ones that have come through, the Billy Gilmours, Tammy, Mason, Reece [James], it’s endless isnt it? There have been so many positives this season.
“So I think every Chelsea fan, since I came through the ranks, that’s all Chelsea fans wanted to see: the youth team players and the younger generation coming through and making their first team debuts. We’ve seen that in abundance this year.”
One of the reason chelsea is firing this season is just because of their young guns….and addition of sancho in their squad will be a great thing to watch in the upcoming season.
Terry further added “It’ s been incredible because we said there was no one better, to give Lamps the job. “With [assistant manager] Jody Morris as well, he has someone who knows the younger players and works with them at the youth team and U-18 level as well.
“I think it’s been a good mix. I think the expectation has been excellent because the group that they’ve had this year have done really, really well.”
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