“Still the most talented kid to come out of Cobham”

Chelsea have two big name wingers with contracts expiring this summer in the form of Pedro and Willian.

Frank Lampard looks set to let the pair go as his regeneration of the club continues, and as well as a potential star signing he will want some depth too.

There’s perhaps no better option out there than Jeremie Boga, who was superb again for Sasuolo today. Chelsea used to own him and can still use a buy back clause, and at this point it would seem crazy not to.

We’re not sure we agree with the social media user who said Boga is “still the most talented kid to come out of Cobham” when we’ve got Reece James starting for us right now, but Boga is certainly up there when it comes to dribbling.

Fans on Twitter went absolutely mad after the goalscoring performance:

Chelsea have a buy back clause on Boga, but Sassuolo owns him and call sell him should Chelsea not use clause. My guess is he goes to another Serie A team in summer

— David Amoyal (@DavidAmoyal) February 9, 2020

Boga continues to make a significant impact for Sassuolo, his worst case scenario long term feels like being a difference maker off the bench for a top team

— David Amoyal (@DavidAmoyal) February 9, 2020

Not re-signing Jeremie Boga would be a huge mistake. @ChelseaFC

— Sripad (@falsewinger) February 9, 2020

Boga’s still the most talented kid to come out of Cobham just in case anybody forgot

— Иван (@ivan_i94) February 9, 2020

Boga really deserves a better club where he can play in his best role.

Just watch Sassuolo how he’s being used, constantly outwide and not getting the ball at all.

Again he’s been their most threatening player, also making several great runs in behind. But not getting the ball

— Enes (@EMG_38) February 9, 2020

Jeremie Boga’s game by numbers vs. SPAL:

84% pass accuracy
77% duels won
13 duels contested
8 touches in the opp. box
8 take-ons completed
4 shots
3 chances created
2 shots on target
2 fouls won
1 goal



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