Chelsea determined to sign No.11 prolific Belgian forward
The Blues could definitely benefit from someone like Leandro. And it remains to be seen whether Graham Potter makes a firm approach for the 27-year-old winger after laying his sights on him. The Belgian can play as a playmaker as well as a wide forward. The versatility and quality of the Belgian winger can add a new dimension to the Blues’ front line.
With players like Pulisic and Ziyech struggling this season, the former Genk star would be a much-needed addition to the Blues club. In the last third, Trossard will provide inventiveness and goals. Leandro is also familiar with Graham Potter’s method.
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It is reasonable to expect him to settle very quickly and make an instant impression at the London club. Trossard has seven goals in 12 Premier League games this season, including crucial goals against Chelsea and Liverpool. Earlier this season, Leandro assisted Brighton in beating Chelsea and drawing with Liverpool.
And Leandro has demonstrated his ability to play for a big team.
A move to Chelsea would allow Trossard to play in the Champions League and that could be a tempting proposition for the footballer.