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Chelsea Will Look Deadly With This Lineup Next Season If They Get All Their Summer Deals Done

As we may know, Frank Lampard is set to reshuffle his side ahead of next term and with that in mind, let's look at how Chelsea could lineup next campaign if they do get all their summer deals done.

The Blues are ready to continue their transfer spree by making a move for Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak.

The 27-year old shot-stopper is regarded as the best goalkeeper in the world right now, and Chelsea are keen on swapping him with Kepa Arizzabalaga plus cash to reduce his mammoth £120million release clause.

Blues biggest problem this campaign would be trace down thier back lines, with the club already conceded 49 Premier League goals this season.

At centre-back, West Ham midfielder Declan Rice is being rumored with a move to Stamford Bridge as Frank Lampard thought see the youngster as a long-term replacement for club legend John Terry. Rice would likely partner Rudiger at centre-back if the Blues get a deal done.

Chelsea are targeting Leicester City left-back Ben Chilwell as a replacement for both Marcos Alonso and Emerson Palmieri, with neither of them being able to impress Lampard.

Despite being one of Chelsea's outstanding players this season, Mateo Kovacic may find himself on the bench next term.

That's because Chelsea are thought to be closing on Bayer Leverkusen forward Kai Havertz, with the player already informed his club about his intentions of leaving this summer.

The Blues have already acquired their new attacking frontlines, which would see both Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner partnering star man Christian Pulisic in attack.

Here's how Chelsea lineups could look if they manage to get all their summer deals done:

Chelsea will look deadly with this lineup next season of they manage to get all their summer deals done.

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