Former Manchester City defender, Nedum Onuoha, has questioned Chelsea’s expected £50m bid for Everton’s Anthony Gordon.
According to Onuoha, Gordon has no place to fit in the Chelsea squad.
Reports in England say that the Blues are set to make a second offer for Gordon and are prepared to offer £50m.
Onuoha does not see any reason the Blues would want to sign Gordon as he does not fit into Thomas Tuchel’s tactics.
Onuoha sees Gordon as a similar player to Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi, who has struggled to get into the Blues first team.
“He’s a big prospect but it’s £50m for a prospect,’ Onuoha told ESPN FC. “At the moment, I couldn’t put him into this Chelsea team and see where he fits.
“I’m not sure Anthony Gordon at this moment in time is.
“He doesn’t fit in with this current style of play. [Callum Hudson-Odoi] is like another version of Anthony Gordon, and he can’t get into the team.”