Former Chelsea striker Florent Malouda recently stated that he would like to see the Blues sign Kylian Mbappe.
The west London-based club has been spending big under new owners Todd Boehly and Co., spending more than £600m on two windows. They signed the likes of Mykhaylo Mudryk, Enzo Fernandez, Noni Madueke and more during the January transfer window.
Malouda was recently questioned about which player he would like to see his former club sign. Malouda told Dazn Bet that he would like to see mbappe at Stamford Bridge. The French said:
“I would like to see Chelsea sign Kylian Mbappé, I think we should bet on top players like Mbappé. Especially when I see the amount we spend on others. It depends on his willingness to come to the club, but we should bet on Top players like it and build a team around it.”
“That would be my dream, to build a team around him with young players around him. He’s won a lot of trophies and he’s hungry for more, so this is the type of player Chelsea should be looking for.”
Mbappé has been one of the best players in the world in recent years. He has been in great shape for paris saint germainscoring 30 goals and providing seven assists in 31 inter-competition games this season.
The winner of the 2022 FIFA World Cup Golden Boot will be an asset to any team in world football. So it should come as no surprise that Malouda has chosen his compatriot as a fantasy signing.
Florent Malouda spoke about the permanent incorporation of Joao Félix to Chelsea
Joao Félix has impressed during his brief loan with chelsea until now. The one on loan from Atlético de Madrid has proven to be a handful with his pace and style.
The Blues are reportedly looking to break the bank to make Felix’s move permanent in the summer. When asked about Felix’s £100m price tag, Malouda said:
I am always amazed at current market values but since the new owner came in the price of any player Chelsea wants is around £100m! It used to be that if a player delivered, scored goals and won trophies, then you can understand the price.”
“But these days I think it’s about judging the potential value of a player. It’s a new way of determining a price. But if the club wants to pay it, then that’s the price. It puts a lot of pressure on the player, the expectation is very high compared to the past.”
Felix has scored one goal in six appearances for the Blues.