Be that as it may, this season has purchased numerous irregularities for Frank Lampard's side in spite of the accomplishment of arriving at the FA Cup Final.
The Blues have frequently looked unstable now and again, particularly at the back. Notwithstanding sitting third spot in the Premier League right now, they have been spilling goals all through the season, and this is something that Lampard will be taking a gander at tending to this season.
He is required to be a busy man as he takes a gander at various players to acquire, and one region he could hope to improve is the back line.
In a meeting with Talk Chelsea, Bleacher Report Journalist Dean Jones accepts that Lampard needs 'somebody to come in and give some power.'
Chelsea have unquestionably been deficient with regards to those pioneer type figures on the pitch, particularly when things are conflicting with them.
Jones has even named two place backs who might be the ideal suit that Chelsea could take a gander at marking – Kalidou Koulibaly from Napoli, and Milan Skriniar from Inter Milan.
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