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Fiorentina's 22-year-old highly rated Montenegrin striker is one of the bright prospects who could help Villas-Boas in achieving his European ambitions.
Chelsea have looked short of quality upfront, resulting in many missed chances and points. With Torres yet to get back his scoring prowess, Drogba looking rusty all through the season, Anelka leaving for China and Kalou not being able to impress it is only young Daniel Sturridge who has being of some quality for the Blues this season.
If Villas-Boas wishes to deliver the most coveted trophy in West London, he needs to bring a forward who can score goals instead of waiting for Torres to score. This is where Jovetic fits the picture perfectly.
The highly-rated youngster has recovered from a crucial injury that kept him off action for more than a year. But he has already fought himself back to the starting 11, as well as getting himself a new contract.
With 14 goals scored from 23 appearances so far, Jovetic could very well be the answer to Chelsea's attacking woes. Gifted with brilliant dribbling skills, top class ball control and technical knowledge, the naturally two-footed forward is a joy to watch and has even drawn comparisons with Roberto Baggio.
Standing tall at 6", Jovetic will also add more aerial prowess in set-pieces or corners while his tough figure will help him survive the tough style of play in England. Moreover, the youngster's European experience (not to forget his magical performances in the 2009-10 edition) will also be an added benefit.
Valued at somewhere between £15-20 million, Jovetic could be a bargain buy for Chelsea and help Villas-Boas achieve his Champions League dream.