Todd Boehly to replace Raheem Sterling with the next Maradona in Serie A

REMOVING STERLING: Todd Boehly to replace Raheem Sterling with the next Maradona in Serie A.

Chelsea is keeping an eye on a winger who has created quite a stir on the continent so far this season.

Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, a sensation at Napoli, was the subject of an interview with journalist Simon Phillips for GIVEMESPORT. Chelsea is unquestionably one of many teams keeping a close eye on him, according to Phillips. Since Chelsea last investigated him before a game, I’m confident they have updated their scouting reports on him.

Without a doubt, he is a player who Chelsea has identified as a future goal.

In addition to Chelsea, the player has drawn interest from Liverpool, another Premier League team. According to his agent Christian Emile, the Georgian will probably cost at least €100 million (£87 million).

Given the difficulties Sterling has had so far this season, Kvaratskhelia would unquestionably be a major upgrade over Sterling.

The 27-year-overall old’s league SofaScore rating this season is 6.67/10 with just three goals and one assist in 12 games.

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Since Oleksandr Zinchenko snatched the England international along the flanks in the Blues’ Sunday loss to Arsenal, his current campaign has unquestionably hit its lowest point. Sterling did indeed struggle, with five of his six dribble attempts failing.

Graham Potter’s superior option at the moment is clear when compared to the Serie A winger, who has six goals and five assists in the same number of games.

This season, the 21-year-old has created almost twice as many shots (6.01 per match compared to 3.22) and taken more shots (3.52 compared to 1.71) than Sterling, displaying his incredible adaptability to life at the top level.

Although a summer transfer for the Georgian might seem unlikely at the time, Potter may be looking to bolster the team he took over from Thomas Tuchel in January.

Chelsea will be hoping to have a great second half of the season and qualify for the Champions League given that several European powerhouses are monitoring the youngster and Kvaratskhelia is certainly eager to prove himself in the Premier League.

The Napoli faithful affectionately refer to this player as “Kvaradona” in honor to their prodigal son, Diego Maradona; without it, they have little to no chance of signing him.

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