The Catalan team has a good chance of prevailing over the green half of London if they are successful in their search for the player who will turn 20 this year.
After parting ways with Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen, the board of directors for Chelsea FC made significant efforts to acquire new players. Among those players were Andreas Christensen and Andreas Rudiger.
An exceptionally high-quality option among them is Josko Gvardiol, who played the midfield position for RB Leipzig in 2002 while wearing their jersey. Gvardiol is one of the reasons why this option is so highly regarded.
In May, a source from Croatia stated that Gvardiol’s father had flown to London to meet with Thomas Tuchel, Gvardiol’s previous coach, in order to discuss the possibility of a transfer for his son.
Gvardiol’s ability to play well in the role of a left-sided central defender for both his club team and his country’s national team was the aspect that impressed the German military leader who came before Gvardiol. This ability allowed Gvardiol to impress the German military leader who came before him.
Chelsea is currently under a lot of pressure to move swiftly with this acquisition, despite the fact that they have worked with Gvardiol in the past and have a history of working together. If they do not alter their actions, Barcelona will almost certainly continue to deliver “sour fruit” to them. The publication Express cited a source from Spain who stated that the club that is managed by president Joan Laporta is interested in getting the services of a Croatian midfielder in order to replace Gerard Pique. This claim was based on the assertion that the source made.
During the summer transfer window, Barcelona acquired two players from Chelsea: Raphinha and Jules Kounde. Both of these players had previously played for Chelsea.
The green half of London exerted a lot of energy attempting to catch up to this duo after Barca showed there and joined in to “pull,” but in the end, they were unable to do so.
As a consequence of this, the fans of the Blues will experience a significant amount of annoyance if their team continues to come out on the wrong end of the trade involving Josko Gvardol.
The presence of Chelsea midfielder Mateo Kovacic gives the team from Stamford Bridge an advantage over the other teams in the competition, which include representatives from La Liga. Stamford Bridge is located in London. In light of the fact that the star player, who is 28 years old and plays for Gvardiol, is also Croatian, he does everything in his power to help Chelsea. In an interview, Kovacic discussed his aspiration to one day compete at the club level alongside a player who was born in the year 2002.
Gvardiol has scored one goal for RB Leipzig this season despite playing in the middle position for the team. He has contributed to the scoring of the team. He has suited up for the club in 19 different contests.
The young star, who is only 20 years old, was added to the roster of the Croatian national team that will compete in the World Cup in 2022 after putting in such an impressive performance. The World Cup is scheduled to take place in 2022.