The English Premier League is one of the most competitive leagues in the world, teams have the financial resources to sign top players.
With Saudi-led take over of Newcastle, the level of competition in the Premier League is set to increase. The London side needs to assemble a good squad to remain a top team in EPL.
Chelsea tried to sign Jules Koundé in the last transfer window, the deal didn't Work out because the Blues could not meet up with Sevilla's valuation of the young defender.
Jules Koundé is a versatile defender that could operate in different positions at the back, he has the technicality and pace to play in the 3-4-2-1 formation.
His reading of the game and intercepting the attacking move of an opposing team is good.
Chelsea will need to replace some defenders who are already approaching the twilight of their career in years to come. Koundé could be a decent replacement as he has shown at Sevilla that he has what it takes to play for an elite club like Chelsea.
Aurélien Tchouaméni is a midfielder who has the potentials to become a star in the future. His positioning when carrying out defensive duties and ability to win the loose ball for his team is decent.
He can operate as a box-to-box midfielder and still contribute to the attacking move of his team. The French international could grow to become the defensive midfielder to replace N'Golo Kante at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea may need to sign up these two players in the forthcoming transfer window to avoid unnecessary transfer tussle.
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