Frank Lampard is not a fool and knows that he must really spend money before the transfer window opens to add a new winger and striker in a country where some areas of the field lack quality.
Chelsea have spent £ 80 million to sign a two-player transfer contract and are still expected to see this transfer kitty fight for the Premier League title, not just the Champions League seat.
The latest in the media is that Jan Oblak from Atletico Madrid has become Lampard's number one goal before the summer window, when he seems to replace Kepa, who hasn't improved since moving to Stamford Bridge.
Oblak is easily seen as the best stop in thegame at the moment, and with a price of 120 million pounds in his head, he will not come out cheaply because Madrid does not want him out of the club.
There is a lot of talk about Chelsea trying to step Kalidou Koulibaly in the transfer window, spending a lot of money to land the man, but Napoli will play crap for a deal, which means Chelsea will likely lose something.
And that means they have to take steps for Nathan Ake, the Bournemouth player, who is a complete Dutch international player and who has become one of the best centerers in the Premier League despite a cherry battle.
He is great at the ball, has the speed to cover mistakes from behind, is very good in the air despite his relatively small size and is ready to play for a big club at this point in his career.
Liverpool are interested, Manchester City is watching closely and this shows you that if the top two teams remain interested, they will have the quality to play for one of the premier Premier League clubs.
It costs around £ 40 million, but given the many concerns about Chelsea's defense, adding from the side will increase it.
If Chelsea can put aside Oblak and Ake in the summer, they will be a challenge for the two best points next season. These are the two players who will greatly influence the country.
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