Three Strikers That Chelsea Could Sign This Summer

With the amount of expenditure on new players at Chelsea in recent times, Jose Mourinho has a star-studded squad at his disposal this season.

However, the west London outfit are missing a world-class striker that can return a glut of goals, with Fernando Torres, Demba Ba and Samuel Eto’o all struggling for title-winning form.

Odds for Cheltenham 2014 online are of key interest for avid sports fans, but football lovers are also watching the odds on the Blues’ next centre forward.

With Roman Abramovich’s millions set to be splurged again in the summer, could one of these three be the man to fire Chelsea to glory next season?

Mario Balotelli

The tempestuous Italian has already sampled Premier League football with Manchester City and is said to already be somewhat unsettled at AC Milan.

Never a dull moment, Balotelli is as well known for his shows of immaturity and crazy acts as he is for his incredible technical ability and form on the pitch.

With Chelsea in the market for a proven goalscorer, Balotelli could well fit the bill if Mourinho can curb his wild side.

Diego Costa

The newly capped Spain international has been one of the standout players in this La Liga season and has led Atletico Madrid to their first title challenge in the recent memory.

Costa reportedly has a release clause in his contract at the Vicente Calderon, but the Blues will not be the only major side looking at the star this summer.

Although Atletico will want to hold onto their star forward, they have been known to cash-in on prize assets in the past.

Edinson Cavani

The Uruguayan hitman only move to PSG last summer, but that has not stopped the constant transfer rumours over his future.

With Zlatan Ibrahimovic used as the main number nine by Laurent Blanc, the ex-Napoli poacher has predominantly been forced to operate from wide this season.

A big money offer from Chelsea would help the Ligue 1 side balance the books in light of Financial Fair Play regulations, with Cavani believed to interested in a switch to the Premier League.