In addition to the arrival of Timo Werner, the blue club aims to add Jan Oblak and Kai Havertz.
Chelsea He promises to be one of the great promoters of the transfer market despite the financial crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The English club is going to carry out a major remodeling of its campus, which it wants to rejuvenate, and has a healthy economy to invest in.
A dizzying attack
The London institution has already spent around 90 million euros on the hiring of Ajax winger Hakim Ziyech and RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner to mount a dream offensive trident with Christian Pulisic. With these two operations he covers the losses of Willian and Pedro, who will leave the team in the imminent condition as free agents after finishing their contracts.
However, Chelsea does not stop and his plan is ambitious to reinforce all the lines as published by several English media. The club has a healthy economy after the millionaire sale of Eden Hazard and of spending an entire year without signing for the UEFA sanction, so it can show muscle in a transfer window in which its competitors will not have as much liquidity.
As published by the Goal site, one of his most ambitious targets is the German attacking midfielder Kai Havertz, from Bayer Leverkusen, one of the sensations of the season and who seems ready to take another jump in his career, but is valued at 100 million of euros.
An almost new defense and an ambitious goal for the goal
Chelsea is also planning changes with the idea of signing West Ham center-back Declan Rice. The left lane is another position to reinforce with the signing of Leicester City side Ben Chilwell, which could mean an expense of another 90 million. To offset this investment, Frank Lampard will put up to four defenders up for sale: Marcos Alonso, Emerson, Christensen and Zouma.
The goal is the last position that the Blues seek to promote, since their idea is to try to give way to Kepa, who has not finished adjusting after becoming the most expensive goalkeeper in history: the idea is to reach the signing of the Slovenian Jan Oblak , from Atlético de Madrid, possibly one of the best in the world but also one of the most expensive.
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