Chelsea cannot afford to lose any of these three stars after strong bids being made
It is rightly said, when it rains, it pours. Chelsea are struggling to put points on the table and now they are having to deal with the possibility of losing out on three of their biggest midfield stars in the upcoming January transfer window. Oscar has always been a long-term target for Juventus, but now Ramires and Nemanja Matic have joined the list as well.
According to reports from Metro, Juventus have readied strong bid to test Chelsea’s resolves in Janury as Ramires, Matic & Oscar are being targetted for a move away from Stamford Bridge in January. Oscar’s form has not helped his case as he has been no where near the player he was few months ago. Add to that, his penalty miss against Watford was the worse kick this season in Premier League.
Matic has seen his form drift away and on the face of it, Chelsea will not feel the pinch even of they lose both of them provided they get an able replacement in due course of time. Having said that, Chelsea re not a club right now any top player would want to come and that is why Hiddink cannot afford to lose any of the three players mentioned here.
Hiddink has a tough job to do at Chelsea which was reflect aby the game against Manchester United when virtually, no Chelsea player looked like getting better since their time under Jose Mourinho.
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