West London outfit Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is suggested to have goofed in his decision to bring in Argentina international Gonzalo Higuain in the last January winter transfer window.
Maurizio Sarri suffered a lack of cutting edge in his attack and had insisted on the signature of the Juventus man so as to help solve the problem and score more goals.
Two Blues strikers Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata could not help the Italian boss and he decided to let go of the former Real Madrid star to leave the former Arsenal striker at the Stamford Bridge,
However, it has been made clear that the decision by the former Napoli boss to bring in the Argentina international has not paid off despite the cautions against his action before the deal.
Gonzalo Higuain has been able to score just 4 goals in 14 appearances since joining the club in January and in general, the Blues team have scored fewer goals since he arrived at the club.
Meanwhile, it is claimed that the Blues team will not retain the star player at the end of the season as he has proved to be a failure than the success he was supposed to be as argued by manager Maurizio Sarri.