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Why Sarri might be regretting his decision of bringing in Higuain

Timothy Aiyeku

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West London outfit Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri insisted on bringing in Argentina international Gonzalo Higuain during the last January winter transfer window to help boost the attack but there are fears that it is not working as planned.

The West London were struggling as a result of the lack of cutting edge in the team which is the reason why Maurizio Sarri insisted on the attacker but the club management were sceptical because of his age and preferred to keep Alvaro Morata who eventually left to the Spanish La Liga.

With over about 10 games already featured in, Gonzalo Higuain has been able to score just 3 goals which is no way different from what the former Spanish attacker was turning in for the club.

Suggestions are that the Italian boss is already regretting his decision and could have a change of mind by not handing the Argentina international a permanent deal at the club if the situation fails to improve before the end of the season.

Maurizio Sarri stated that he would like to see Gonzalo Higuain at the top in the last two months and will hope he is able to regain his form to be able to help the team with their targets.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.