Chelsea Eyeing A Move For This La Liga Midfielder: A Wise Move For The Pensioners?

According to a recent report by Estadio Deportivo, Chelsea are plotting a move to bring Sevilla midfielder Pablo Sarabia to Stamford Bridge at the end of this campaign.

The same report has revealed that the Pensioners are on the lookout for a long-term replacement for Pedro, who will turn 32 in the summer. Chelsea have identified the La Liga prospect as an ideal candidate to join Maurizio Sarri’s revolution at West London ahead of the new season.

Sarabia has established himself as a regular starter at Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium over the past few years since making a switch from Getafe in the summer of 2016. The Spanish attacker has enjoyed a rich vein of form under Pablo Machín’s tutelage and has put in some dazzling displays for the La Liga outfit during the course of this campaign. 

The Real Madrid academy graduate has been one of the most of productive midfielders in the Spanish top-flight, and his remarkable contributions on the pitch has helped his side climb up to the 4th place in the league table.

The 26-year-old has featured in 36 matches for Sevilla this term, finding the back of the net 17 times while also creating nine assists across all competitions. He has represented his nation at various youth levels but is yet to make his debut for the Spanish national team so far.

Sarabia has managed to prove his worth at the highest level over the past few years, so it is no wonder that a top club like Chelsea are looking to recruit him next summer. The potential acquisition of someone of the Spaniard’s talents will undoubtedly bolster Sarri’s attacking options at Stamford Bridge. Moreover, he will also improve their squad depth and increase competition for places within the Pensioners team.

At 26, Sarabia is about to embark upon the peak years of his career which the West London heavyweights could look to benefit from over the next few years. He may prove to be a shrewd acquisition for Sarri’s team as he has all the talent in the world to help Chelsea compete for major trophies once again in the near future.

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Abhinab Ghosh

A 26-year-old sports writer and an aspiring football coach who has road-tripped across the Scottish Highlands, but has never been to Wales. Sucker for cliff-hangers and catchy riffs. Known to be a grunger and not to be a stranger.

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