Read Up “Data suggests Christopher Nkunku will remedy Chelsea’s goal scoring issues” Nkunku is one of only THREE players who have scored a hat trick against Pep Guardiola’s Man City, in addition to his outstanding record for Leipzig.

The other two are Jamie Vardy and Lionel Messi. who accomplished the task twice.

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Data Suggests Christopher Nkunku Will Remedy Chelsea's Goal Scoring Issues
Data Suggests Christopher Nkunku Will Remedy Chelsea’s Goal Scoring Issues

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Luka Modric has decided Euro 2024 will be his ‘last dance’ for Croatia, according to reports in his homeland.

The legendary midfielder just won his 166th cap for Croatia, who lost to Spain on penalties in the UEFA Nations League final.

The 37-year-old, who also lost the 2018 World Cup final, is still without a trophy with his national side but has now collected two runners-up medals.

Additionally, Modric will have one last opportunity to win a trophy while donning the renowned red and white checkered shirt at Euro 2024 next summer, according to reports in Croatia that he will play in his final international matches there.

Given that he would be 40 if he played in the following World Cup in 2024, this indicates that the 2022 World Cup in Qatar was his last.

Conor Gallagher insists he is looking forward to working under new Chelsea boss Mauricio Pochettino.

The midfielder has been rumored to be on the move, with Brighton allegedly one of the clubs interested.

The 23-year-old, however, declared: “I like Chelsea.

“It has been a difficult season for me and the entire club, so I believe we will just keep working hard to come back to our rightful place in the league.

“Despite the fact that it has been a difficult season for both myself and Chelsea, I am always grateful to be here and that Gareth has that level of faith in me. I’m really glad he still has faith in me since I believe he is aware that I will always work hard to do my best.

“I just need to keep working hard and, in a sense, regain some of my confidence. I didn’t lose it, but I need to establish a pattern of participating in more games and scoring more goals, and I’m trying to get there.

Everyone at Chelsea is pleased with Pochettino’s arrival and is looking forward to working with him since he is a quality manager.