The first season in arguably the toughest league in the world and the apparent likelihood of clinching the league silverware in the merry month of May, Chelsea have rediscovered themselves under the invigorating tutelage of Antonio Conte, and frankly speaking, he is here to stay for a long, long time. The Blues are clearly running away with the league title and there is very little which their title rivals could possibly do to nullify their stronghold.
The Italian is already looking for his prospective transfer targets to ensure domestic domination as well as to have a shy at the Champions League next season and apparently, Kingsley Coman, who is on loan from Juventus to Bayern Munich, has come on the radar of the prospective league champions with a move likely to materialise in the summer transfer window owing to the financial muscle which they possess.
The 20-year-old forward, who can ply his trade anywhere in the attacking zone, is unarguably one of the hottest properties which the game has on offer. In 12 German Bundesliga games, Coman has banged 2 goals and on an average, he has made 0.7 key passes, 2 crosses and 1 dribble every game along with a pass accuracy of 83.9%. Moreover, he has also made 0.4 tackles and as many interceptions which is a testament to the perception that he isn’t inferior if we speak of his defensive contributions as well.
The French international is a modern day winger who loves to thrive on pace and shrewd movements on the flanks. He cuts inside from the wings and is an exceptional player in one-vs-one situations and apart from this, he bullies the opponents’ defenders and delivers teasing crosses into the box which makes him a player which any top quality European side would love to have in their ranks. He has been a key player under Carlo Ancelotti and would be an ideal addition to Chelsea’s attacking arsenal.
It’s remarkably jaw-dropping to witness such a young lad taking marauding steps in the top tiers in Europe as well as for his national side, Les Bleus. Although he must improvise upon his off the ball movements and creating chances, his career graph is likely to move in an upward trajectory only. Coman might not be an end product as of now, but with the calibre he has put on display, his move to a mega-club like Chelsea has the potential to yield astonishing results.
Statistics Credits: WhoScored.
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