Franco di Santo made it to the provisional squad

Former Chelsea striker Franco di Santo made it to the provisional squad for the Argentina national team a few years ago.

It looked like the Argentine striker was thriving on the back of regular first-team football, which he did not get at Chelsea. After a number of moves in the last few years, he has ended up at Schalke. The German outfit have spent around € 6 million in order to secure his signature from the clutches of Werder Bremen. This appears to be a bad move on the part of Schalke and manager Andre Breitenreiter.

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This season of the Premier League is turning out to be one of the most unpredictable of recent years as the events that are and have been occurring are not something that was initially expected to happen.

At the beginning of the season, Chelsea were the favorites on defending their Premier League title and emerging as the champions but fast-forward to December and now Chelsea is on the brink of entering the relegation zone and Jose Mourinho was sacked due to poor results.

Franco di Santo played for six years in the Premier League

Franco di Santo played for six years in the Premier League with clubs like Wigan, Chelsea, and Blackburn.

Jose Mourinho remains upbeat that he will remain as the Chelsea manager

Jose Mourinho remains upbeat that he will remain as the Chelsea manager despite the latest 3-1 defeat against Liverpool.

This was the sixth league defeat of the season for the blues, who have created a new record for the worst defence of the league title in the history of the Premier League. This season went from bad to worse in the space of a few days for Mourinho after he watched his team suffered a League Cup exit in their first-round at the hands of Stoke City. Last season, the blues won the league title along with the League Cup.

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Franco di Santo is reportedly targeted by several clubs across Europe

Franco di Santo is reportedly targeted by several clubs across Europe according to the player’s agent. The striker is regarded as a top material in recent months and this has been largely down to his impressive form with Werder Bremen.

Sunderland are reportedly looking of signing former Chelsea striker Franco di Santo

Sunderland are reportedly looking at the prospect of signing former Chelsea striker Franco di Santo from Werder Bremen.

The Argentine striker did not fare well during his time in English football, but this largely appears to have been the result of not getting regular opportunities. Since moving to Werder Bremen on a free transfer in 2013,di Santo has been playing regularly and this has contributed to an immense run of form. After having scored only four goals in his debut season in the Bundesliga, it looks like the 26-year-old has finally settled in the German league.

Franco di Santo made Werder Bremen to win

A solitary goal from Franco di Santo was enough for Werder Bremen to enter into the top of the table with a victory over Freiberg. Werder Bremen did not win in the last two matches and it was threatening to dislodge them from the top 10 positions.

They have recovered and returned to winning ways with a narrow 1-0 win overFreiberg. Former Chelsea striker Franco di Santo, who has been the main goal source for the German outfit in the last 12 months, once again continued his impressive form by finding the back of the net in the 36th minute.

Rouven Schroder to buy lot in January Transfer Window

Werder Bremen director of football, Rouven Schroder, says that the club will be looking into strengthening the team during January. Concerns about the strength in depth of the team have risen in the last few weeks due to a number of injury problems including to that of star striker Franco di Santo.

Werder Bremen too confident on Santo comeback

Werder Bremen have been given a major injury headache with the news that striker Franco di Santo will be unavailable for the upcoming derby against Hamburg.

After several years of struggle, it seems that Di Santo is finally coming of age. The former Chelsea striker, who was signed from Wigan on a free transfer, has been able to move to the top of the Bundesliga goal scoring charts with six. He is ahead of the likes of Thomas Müller and Robert Lewandowski, who are far more established players than him. This has led to transfer rumours surrounding the Argentine.

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