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Why Tuchel should urge Chelsea’s new owner to consider signing Ramos from PSG next summer.

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The upcoming summer transfer window, will aloft many changes in different clubs, as players will be exiting their various clubs, and their (the players’) replacements, with new players, being inevitable.

Rumors and speculations have it that, Paris Saint Germain, will part ways with Spanish and ex Real Madrid’s defender, Sergio Ramos, after just a season of his acquisition. Reports showed that, Ramos, has really struggled with injury problems, since his arrival to Paris Saint Germain from Real Madrid, last summer, which also limited his services for the Parc De Princes side.

However, Chelsea football club, might be busy recruiting players in the upcoming summer transfer window period, which I believe that Chelsea’s new owner, should consider signing Ramos in the upcoming summer transfer window.

Reason:

The acquisition of Sergio Ramos will assist in more strengthening of Chelsea’s defense lineup: Many Chelsea football club’s fans, might not agree with this article, but the truth remains that, Chelsea football club’s squad will definitely become the elite club, that will always emerge as one, with the best defense lineup, provided that, Chelsea’s new owner succeeds in signing Sergio Ramos. Though Ramos, being old and an injury prone player at the moment, can offer great backup for Chelsea’s defenders and assistance to Chelsea’s trainees, in training Chelsea’s young defenders of Malang Sarr, Trevor Chalobah and Reece James, into becoming great defenders. I’m just wondering how solid, the defense lineup of Thiago Silva, Sergio Ramos and Antonio Rudiger, would be in Chelsea’s game against any opposition. It is true that there might be errors in Chelsea’s defense lineup with the trio defenders of Ramos, Thiago and Rudiger, but such errors will be very rare to happen.

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