Chelsea legend Pat Nevin has stated that he expects nothing less than a busy winter transfer widow for his former side in January.
According to Pat Nevin, the Blues must go for strikers in the coming weeks with former Gunners and Real Madrid strikers, Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata not being in their best form.
Pat Nevin argues that there is a need for a player at the Stamford Bridge who understands the playing style that has been introduced by new manager Maurizio Sarri.
The Blues legend has admitted the good start of his former club in the current season but wishes that they end the season with silverware to boast of.
The Chelsea strikers are having goals droughts with Morata already having 14 goals to his name in the Premier League since their switches to the Stamford Bridge while the French striker cannot boast of any.
Pat Nevin noted that the coming of a new striker should not mark the end for both Giroud and Morata, stressing that they both have roles to play in ensuring the success of the team.
Just as was earlier noted by the Chelsea boss, Pat Nevin claimed that Giroud was a major part of the France squad, playing every single game but ended up with a World Cup trophy without a single goal.