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Why Boehly should consider signing Vardy ahead of Aubameyang.

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Why Boehly should consider signing Vardy ahead of Aubameyang., #Boehly #signing #Vardy #ahead #Aubameyang Welcome to 50MIND S BLOG, This is the most recent breaking news and trending broadcast that we have for you today: :

Reports have been flying around from diverse sports media sources concerning the possible signing of either Jamie Vardy of Leicester City or Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang of Barcelona by Chelsea.

It is reported that one of the duo might end up joining the Blues before the end of the ongoing transfer window. However, Chelsea’s new owner, Todd Boehly, should consider signing Vardy ahead of Aubameyang.

Reason:

Jamie Vardy will enhance the performances of Chelsea’s attackers more than Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang: One would not doubt that Chelsea football club’s head coach, Thomas Tuchel, once utilized Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang during his time at Borussia Dortmund, which indicates that the German tactician knows what Aubameyang can offer in a team. But there is a big difference with the current Aubameyang when it comes to being consistent in scoring goals. However, Vardy might offer more flexibility and scoring of goals than Aubameyang during breaks. Vardy possesses more deadly finishing skills than Aubameyang. Besides Vardy has proven himself to be a great asset when it comes to the Premier League competition than Aubameyang who had little success at Arsenal before switching over to the Spanish club, Barcelona. Boehly should consider bringing in Vardy ahead of Aubameyang, provided that Chelsea’s head coach, Thomas Tuchel, does not approve of the signing of Ronaldo.

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