Feyenoord striker Santiago Giménez is the latest forward to be linked with a move to Chelsea.
Despite spending more than ₤1 billion in the last three transfer windows, the Chelsea squad remains very unbalanced, and the lack of anybody who can score goals on a regular basis remains a glaring omission.
That has seen a whole host of names associated with a move to Stamford Bridge, with Ivan Toney and Victor Osimhen among the names to appear most frequently.
Now Giménez could be added to that list, although any move is more likely next summer than in January.
Known for his rapid pace, Giménez was born in Argentina, but plays his international football for Mexico for whom he has won 24 caps.
He joined the Dutch side in 2022 from Cruz Azil, and has since averaged two goals every three games for them, and helped them win the Eredivisie title last season.
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