Asmir Begovic disappointed with Chelsea's reinforcements: He pointed out two!

‘I don’t want to reminisce, but do you remember the days when it was Petr Cech and then Thibaut Courtois?'

by Sead Dedovic
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Asmir Begovic disappointed with Chelsea's reinforcements: He pointed out two!
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Judging by the beginning of the season, Chelsea did a bad job again and will have a difficult task this season to get back on track. What is interesting is that the London club is making a huge investment already in three transfer periods.

Former player of this club and the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team, Asmir Begovic is not satisfied with the work of the Londoners. Namely, it is particularly fascinating to him why the club decided to sell its two goalkeepers; Kepa and Mendy, and then they sign goalkeepers of lower quality than the two of them.

‘I’m not against anyone but I look at the goalkeeper position, [Edouard] Mendy and Kepa [Arrizabalaga] leave the football club, say what you want about them but they’ve been replaced by Djordje Petrovic and Robert Sanchez,'- Begovic told to Byline, as quoted by METRO!

Begovic recalled the time when Cech and Courtois were part of the team and did great things. ‘I don’t want to reminisce, but do you remember the days when it was Petr Cech and then Thibaut Courtois?'

Asmir Begovic: If you’re buying the best players you have to buy

In addition, it seems that the Bosnian is not satisfied with the money that the club gave for Kepa, considering that the Spanish goalkeeper did not live up to expectations.

He believes that Chelsea must do a smarter job and invest money in players who are proven and who can really help them. ‘And then it was £70m on Kepa, rightly or wrongly. But it’s not projects. If you’re buying the best players you have to buy.

Like Bayern Munich needed a number nine, they went out and got Harry Kane, £100m, thank you very much. The whole thing, I can’t for the life of me make any sense of it.’ We'll see if Chelsea can fix things and get back to where they belong..

He will have to work hard and give his best, considering that the Premier League has not been this strong for a long time.

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