Chelsea are reportedly in talks to sign Canadian striker Jonathan David from Ligue 1 club LOSC Lille for around €40 million. The 24-year-old has been a prolific goalscorer in Ligue 1, with 11 goals and six assists this season. His contract expires in 2025, making him an attractive target for Chelsea.
The Blues, seeking to bolster their attacking options, could benefit from David’s talents. Despite having a formidable squad, Chelsea have struggled to score consistently. The acquisition of a reliable striker like David could transform their offensive capabilities and reignite their title aspirations.
David’s youth and potential for further development make him an appealing prospect for Chelsea. Under the guidance of manager Mauricio Pochettino, the Canadian international could reach new heights and contribute significantly to the team’s success.
Lille may face pressure to sell if David doesn’t renew his contract, presenting Chelsea with an opportunity to secure his services at a reasonable price. While other strikers like Victor Osimhen have been linked to Chelsea, David’s reported cost makes him a more affordable option, potentially providing the attacking prowess needed to compete for major trophies. The coming months will reveal whether Chelsea can secure an agreement with Lille and add Jonathan David to their ranks.