Chelsea urged to sign £400,000-per-week Real Madrid super star for free this summer

Chelsea is urged to sign a free agent who earns £400,000 a week from Real Madrid this summer.

To alleviate the current “chaos” at Stamford Bridge, former Chelsea winger Florent Malouda has emphasized the significance of bringing in a player similar to Toni Kroos.

As Kroos’ Real Madrid contract comes to an end, he will become a free agent in the summer, and Malouda believes he would be a great addition to Mauricio Pochettino’s young team.

The former winger from France told Gambling Zone, “I think Chelsea should be looking to bring in a player like Real Madrid’s Toni Kroos this summer.” “He is a highly accomplished player with a long history.” Chelsea requires a player or two with Kroos’ caliber.

“Players with a football IQ so high they can analyze every situation on the field, make the best choices, and guide the team. Over the summer, I would like to bring in more profiles like this one to the club.

“We are in need of players with experience and ambition who are eager to join an exciting Chelsea project next year. This summer, there will be a few seasoned players available. It’s not always about particular players—Kroos would be a great addition—but rather about matching up with people who have high standards both on and off the field.

A key player for Real Madrid since his arrival in 2014, Kroos provided a reassuring response in March when asked about his contract status. “There aren’t any problems at all,” he declared.

“I have too good of a relationship with the club to be having problems. Everybody is at ease. Both the club and I are enjoying the season. I’m hoping we can come up with a workable answer.

Malouda expressed concern about Chelsea’s inconsistent play under Pochettino, highlighting in particular the team’s propensity to lose steam during games. This was evident in Sunday’s 2-2 draw with Sheffield United.

“This season at Chelsea, we’re witnessing a lack of consistency—not just throughout the season, but even within a single game!” exclaimed the player. “Sometimes when you watch Chelsea, you get the impression that the team is playing well and is capable of scoring four goals in the first half.

“I was at Stamford Bridge for the FA Cup match between Leicester and Chelsea. Chelsea was playing really hard, and everything looked great until it didn’t. This Chelsea team only needs one slip-up to lose confidence, and then mayhem breaks out. On the field, Chelsea’s players must learn how to regulate their emotions.

They lack the emotional equilibrium necessary to maintain control over the game, and the squad’s makeup determines this. Because every player is learning at the same time, you will always find this inconsistency when you choose to concentrate on a project with a large number of younger players.

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