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Wednesday, 15 November 2017

3 players expected to blow if Ancelotti takes over Chelsea

3 players expected to blow if Ancelotti takes over from Conte at Chelsea


1. Tiemoue Bakayoko


This is one man who we think will really thrive under Ancelotti. The Italian enjoys to play a high press style of game with the midfielders running ragged and tirelessly to win back possession, which suits the central midfielder very well as his game is based around a terrier-like approach to win back possession and cause pressure.

In fitting the Ancelotti style of play, this man would also more than likely be at the forefront of increased playing time, which would provide all sorts of positivity on his game as he is given the chance to really prosper.


2. Willian


Willian has always had that special talent to produce magic on any given day, but of late has struggled to produce this as he goes hiding. Having not seen fit to play Willian in recent times, Conte has opted to go with the experienced Spanish winger Pedro.

From what was such a successful season for the Brazilian last term, its beginning to look as if he’s struggling a bit with him seemingly becoming out of favour.

Ancelotti likes to let attacking players roam and, given a free role, Willian certainly could cause some havoc.

3. Alvaro Morata


Morata has been one of the stand out players for Chelsea so far this season, as the Spanish striker continues to score goals for the club.

Ancelotti was a man who worked with the Spanish forward during his time in Madrid, before selling him to Juventus in 2014. In a recent report with The Daily Star the Italian mastermind spoke very highly of the striker, as he states “He is a fantastic striker and young too, Chelsea have made a good signing, a complete player”.

So having spoken so highly of the young man and coached him in his early years, it is inevitable that if Ancelotti is to get the job then he will do more than just thrive under the manager as it would be likely that the team would be structured around the prolific man.