Chelsea transfer window recap
- Chelsea’s presence in transfer window this season has been unreal.
- The Blues are going to be a force to be reckoned with this season.
- Chelsea has already signed Hakim Ziyech, Ben Chilwell, Timo Werner, Thiago Silva and Malang Sarr.
Chelsea in this transfer window:
After qualifying for this season’s Champions League, Chelsea’s owner Roman Abrahmovic has decided to bring in new players in the squad. To achieve that, he decided to sell club’s star player Eden Hazard for £130 milllion. Since then, Chelsea has been on roll to bring in new players with that money. Frank Lampard has been given a green light to sign anyone he wants.
During last season’s winter transfer window, Chelsea signed Hakim Ziyech for £33.3 million from AFC Ajax. Hakim Ziyech is a winger and that ultimately solves Frank Lampard’s winger problems.
Chelsea sign Timo Werner:
Chelsea signed Timo Werner for a bargain of £47.5 million from RB Leipzig during this season’s transfer window. The blues secured his services for 5 years. Timo Werner is naturally a striker and that gives boost to Frank Lampard’s attacking area.
The Blues announced the move to sign Ben Chilwell from Leicester City for £50 million during this season’s transfer window. Ben Chilwell will provide depth to the Chelsea’s defence.
To strengthen the defense, Chelsea secured the services of Thiago Silva from PSG for 1 year. Thiago Silva signed for the Blues as a free agent.
Chelsea signed Malang Sarr on a free transfer from French side NICE on a 5 year deal. As a center back, Malang Sarr provides another layer of defense for the London side.
Kai Havertz, a potential signing:
According to multiple reports from Germany, Kai Havertz has agreed to join the Blues. Kai Havertz will join the London side for an initial £72 million which will take their summer spending’s on transfers past £200 million.
Chelsea has strengthened their squad to the limits and they will be potentially fighting for Premier League 20/21 season. They are going to be a force to be reckoned with, after spending more than £200 million on transfers this summer.