Brazil is known for producing quality players. Some Brazilians like Oscar, Ramires and currently David Luiz have thrilled fans at Stamford Bridge and we deserve some more Brazilian flair at Stamford Bridge.
Due to the transfer ban imposed on the club, some of these players could be signed this summer to arrive Stamford Bridge next summer so we will avoid losing them to other teams in Europe.
Here are top young Brazilian players Chelsea should sign when the transfer ban is lifted:
1. Renan Lodi
Renan Lodi currently plays in Brazil for Athletico Paranaense and has been tagged the next Alex Sandro.
Chelsea tried but failed to sign Alex Sandro in the past and signing Lodi could just be the answer to our left-back problems.
Lodi has caught the attention of top clubs in Europe already due to his explosive runs up the left flank, his breathtaking speed and precise crosses.
Lodi isn’t just good going forward, he is also solid defensively.
Athletico Paranaense have already turned down a €18 million offer from Atletico Madrid for the 18 year old.
The 23 year old is already a member of the Brazilian national team with Brazil head coach Tite a big fan of the winger.
The 23 year old has started the new season in brilliant form for Gremio, scoring three goals in six appearances.
The Brazilian winger normally operates from the left wing and is blessed with pace.
Chelsea can sign him this summer and keep him with Gremio until the end of the transfer ban. Both Manchester clubs, plus Borussia Dortmund, have been credited with interest for the 23 year old.
3. Matheus Henrique
The 21 year old central midfielder has been likened to Barcelona midfielder Arthur Melo.
He’s even a more complete player than Melo. Henrique dictates the tempo of the game with his superb passing and is very comfortable moving forward and breaking into the box. Henrique is also blessed with pace and will shine in a box-to-box role at Stamford Bridge.
With Chelsea now intent on playing a possession game, Henrique will be a good signing for the Blues.
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