New Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho appears eager to overhaul his striking department this summer, and has a number of potential targets to choose from.
Top of that list is Edinson Cavani, who is the subject of a £54 million player-plus-cash bid from the Europa League winners, with Fernando Torres offered in part-exchange for the Napoli forward.
Mourinho was also full of praise for Manchester United's want-away striker Wayne Rooney, advising him to do “what makes him happy” amid increasing interest in the 27-year-old.
After losing out on Radamel Falcao to Monaco, Goal understands that Chelsea have also added Fiorentina's Stevan Jovetic to their striker shortlist.
Chelsea have stuttered up front for a while, with Demba Ba scoring just two league goals following his January move to Stamford Bridge, while Torres struck a marginally better eight times. But, which new striker should Chelsea sign to fix their misfiring frontline?
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Should Chelsea go for the explosive but out-of-form Rooney, the prolific Cavani – who topped the Serie A scoring charts with 29 goals – or pluck for the potential of the 23-year-old Jovetic?
All three players have their strengths, but which one could fire Chelsea back to the summit of English football? Which player do they need the most?
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