As we all know, Chelsea are set to reshuffle their squad ahead of next season and with that in mind, let's look at how the Blues would lineup next season if they manage to get all their transfer targets.
Chelsea coach Frank Lampard is ready to continue his summer transfer spree by making a swoop for Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak.
The 27-year old goalkeeper is highly considered as the best goalkeeper in Europe right now, and Chelsea are willing to offer Kepa Arizzabalaga plus cash as a make weight for his staggering £120million release clause.
Chelsea biggest struggle this season could be traced down to their defence, the Blues are highly vulnerable in the defence, with a total of 49 Premier League goals conceded. Frank Lampard will surely add some quality full-backs this summer.
At centre-back, West Ham's Declan Rice is heavily linked with a move to Stamford Bridge as Lampard said to see the holding midfielder as a long-term replacement for club legend John Terry. Rice would partner Rudiger at centre-back should the Blues get as deal done.
Chelsea remains willing to sign a new left-back, with both Marcos Alonso and Emerson Palmieri all failing to impress under Lampard this season.
Leicester City's Ben Chilwell will be a good fit as Chelsea's left-back with Frank Lampard making him his top transfer target.
Despite being one Chelsea's best player this season, Mateo Kovacic might find himself on the bench.
That's because the Blues are said to be in pole position to sign Bayer Leverkusen forward Kai Havertz this window, with the German said to have already informed his club about his desire to leave this summer.
In attack, Willian will leave Chelsea this summer if talks about a new deal fails to materialise.
That would see new signings Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech on starting lineup to partner star man Christian Pulisic.
Chelsea will be a deadly team next season if they manage to get all their transfer targets.
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