Chelsea have been heavily linked with Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho, who Frank Lampard is reportedly a fan of.
Chelsea fans are growing optimistic that Jadon Sancho will end up at Stamford Bridge now.
And there is a feeling from Blues supporters that his mind is already on a move to London.
Sancho’s form has dipped badly at Borussia Dortmund since the rumours over his future started up.
The England international was substituted off in the first-half of Dortmund’s hammering against Bayern Munich at the weekend.
After the match Lucien Favre did not defend the winger. The Dortmund boss told Goal: “He was not good enough.”
Chelsea fans think that things are really playing into their hands now and they believe that it is only a matter of time before Sancho joins.
The Chelsea move is obviously on his mind, and it won’t get any better in the international break when he joins up with Callum, Tammy, Fik and Mason.— Ｂｒｉａｎ (@CFCBrian_) November 9, 2019
= getting ready for a January Chelsea move.— Gubert van Hazels (@GubertVan) November 10, 2019
We robbed Dortmund, and we will rob them again after we get Sancho.— Lav (@LavCFC) November 9, 2019
Cannot believe people doubted Pulisic. Always destined to be a top player. His situation at Dortmund was unfortunate.
His head is at Stamford Bridge, Agent Frank.— Frankieball (@CFCThug) November 10, 2019
I’d take Sancho with my eyes closed.
Wow, really? Scapegoating Sancho for a terrible performance by the team. Got outclassed by a managerless Bayern, and after this sub they conceded 3 more goals, so idk why Favre’s singling him out. https://t.co/hYnMO9SWUQ— Konark. (@CFCKonark) November 10, 2019
Same thing that happened with Christian last season— Big Ak (@ftblAk) November 10, 2019
If Chelsea are to buy Sancho he could set them back around £100 million, according to The Daily Mail.
The English teenager is regarded as one of the brightest talents in world football, and his potential arrival at Chelsea is extremely exciting.
Chelsea already have some of England’s brightest talents, but Sancho would be the jewel in the crown if he was to arrive, and could become Lampard’s side talisman for the years ahead.