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“The next Arjen Robben,” who is incredibly quick, is what Chelsea wants: report
Published 56 minutes ago by Ryan Dabbs
In 2024–2025, Chelsea wants to increase the speed of their assault, and a forward who is superior to Arjen Robben is on the roster.

On July 8, 2024, in London, England, Chelsea Head Coach Enzo Maresca pays a visit to the stadium at Stamford Bridge. (Image courtesy of Chelsea FC/Darren Walsh via Getty Images)
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Chelsea wants to give Enzo Maresca a competitive team, therefore they’re trying to add some pace to their roster during the transfer window.

This summer, Chelsea has already seen the arrival of four new players: Marc Guiu, Tosin Adarabioyo, Omari Kellyman, and Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall. But the team isn’t stopping there; their current offensive goal is speed.

Chelsea’s hiring department has chosen a candidate that is comparable to former Blues winger Arjen Robben, who spent three seasons at Stamford Bridge and won two Premier League titles. Even though the Dutchman’s tenure with the team isn’t well-known, adding a player with a comparable game can only be advantageous.

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Chelsea is reportedly very interested in recruiting Karim Adeyemi from Borussia Dortmund and plans to make a €30 million initial bid, according to Caught Offside.

However, the story implies that Raheem Sterling’s future—who is reportedly thinking of moving to Saudi Arabia—will decide whether or not Chelsea makes a play for Adeyemi. Chelsea is apparently prepared to offer Adeyemi a deal that will extend until at least 2030 if they decide to pursue him.

A left-footed winger with excellent dribbling and a rapid turn of speed, he claims to have run a 30-meter sprint in 3.60 seconds, a split that not even Usain Bolt, the current world record holder, can equal. Adeyemi has been likened to the player Arjen Robben, who serves as a source of inspiration for him.

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During the UEFA Champions League 2023/24 Final match between Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid CF at Wembley Stadium on June 01, 2024 in London, England, Chelsea target Karim Adeyemi of Borussia Dortmund competes with Rodrygo of Real Madrid.(Image by Fantasista/Getty Images/Chris Brunskill)

Adeyemi Karim (Photo courtesy of Getty Images))
However, if Adeyemi decides to move to the Premier League this summer, he will need to improve his stats as he only managed three goals and one assist in 21 Bundesliga outings the previous season. He wouldn’t be guaranteed to start because Mykhalo Mudryk, Noni Madueke, and Cole Palmer would all be competitors for his spot.

The German forward is valued at €28 million by Transfermarkt, but as his Borussia Dortmund contract expires in2027, the Bundesliga team may want a higher transfer fee than Chelsea’s rumoured initial approach for the 22-year-old.

From FouFourTwo’s perspective, this arrangement doesn’t really make sense. Having said that, Chelsea’s recent transfer history has also been somewhat disorganised. Although the German forward isn’t exactly an improvement over what they already have, if they can get him for a reasonable price, it might be a wise move in the long term. But the Blues should concentrate their efforts on other critical parts of the team.

Chelsea’s Arjen Robben celebrates after his shot deflects off Middlesbrough’s Abel Xavier to score their second goal during their Barclays Premiership match at Stamford Bridge on February 10, 2007 in London, England. (Image via Getty Images / Paul Gilham))

Robben at Chelsea in his earlier years (Photo courtesy of Getty Images)
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Who Chelsea chose didn’t matter; they were looking for a coach, not a person who would make signings decisions. The day when the manager made all the decisions is coming to an end. It is not anticipated that Enzo Maresca will decide on transfers at Stamford Bridge.

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