Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri might not have come out clear to make his demand but he has been able to pass a message across to the club’s boars on the need to recruit a striker in his team.
This is after the West London side recorded a goalless draw against Southampton in the Premier League encounter on Wednesday evening.
The Italian boss is obviously not happy with his side’s lack of cutting edge as he fears it could hinder the club from their mission of qualifying for the Champions League next season with a top four finish.
Now, the Blues have been set back with the two point drop against a relegation-threatened side.
However, the former Napoli boss claimed that he tried to do his job as a manager and he was positive his side played very well in the game but could not score a single goal.
He, therefore, stated that his side must try to solve the problem of lack of goals before the winter transfer window is over if they must progress as well.
The likes of Olivier Giroud, Alvaro Morata, Willian and Pedro have been leading the Blues attack since the beginning of the season but they have failed to help manager Sarri with goals.