With Gonzalo Higuain set to be loaned out to Chelsea by Milan, the FC guys question if he'll be able to solve Chelsea's woes in front of goal.
With Gonzalo Higuain enduring an inconsistent season at Milan, the FC crew assess whether he is worth the price for top-four hopefuls Chelsea.
LONDON — Maurizio Sarri has dismissed concerns that Gonzalo Higuain could become Chelsea's latest disappointing striker signing and backed him to rediscover his best scoring form at Stamford Bridge.
Higuain flew to London on Wednesday to undergo a medical and finalise the details of a six-month loan move to Chelsea, who have an option to make the deal permanent next summer if he proves a success at Stamford Bridge.
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Sarri had to convince Chelsea that Higuain, 31, was the right man to replace struggling…