Here Are 3 Reasons Why The Chelsea Fans Should Be Happy About This Transfer Window
Chelsea fans are beginning to get frustrated with the lack of confirmed incoming transfers yet to be done at the club this summer, despite the transfer window being officially opened, and their biggest rivals, Liverpool and Manchester City are already strengthening their squad, with the signing of Darwin Nunez and Erling Haaland respectively.
Meanwhile, Chelsea have continuously been linked with some of the best players available in the transfer window, with the likes of Declan Rice, Jules Kounde, Ousmane Dembele, Gabriel Jesus, Raheem Sterling and many others, but no official deal has been confirmed yet.
Chelsea fans are in great anticipation for the club to make their first signing this summer as quick as possible, as they hope they could challenge Liverpool and Manchester City next season for the Premier League title.
Despite the delay in transfer activities of the club this summer, Chelsea fans would still have great hope of things to be happy about this summer.
So in this article, we will be writing on the three things Chelsea fans should be happy about in this transfer window.
1. Thomas Tuchel Given The Lead In Chelsea’s Transfer Business
Even though there is a delay in getting transfer targets, Chelsea fans should be glad that the manager would be getting the kind of players that he wants, which suits his ideas and football philosophies at the club this summer.
According to reports, Thomas Tuchel have been given the go ahead to take charge of the transfer business of the club this summer, which means he would be responsible to sign the kind of players he wants in the transfer market.
This kind of authority given to Thomas Tuchel at Chelsea this summer is rare, as the club have been solely responsible for signing players, whether it suit the manager patterns or not, which is one mistake Chelsea might have made about some transfer signings, which they end up as a flop under certain managers at the club.
2. A Squad Rebuild
Chelsea would be having a squad rebuild this summer, as they aim to strengthen every part of the team to stop the dominance Liverpool and Manchester City in the league.
The defense would be the priority for Thomas Tuchel this summer, as Chelsea have already lose Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen this summer, and Marcos Alonso could depart the club, Chelsea would look to replace them, but the midfied and the attack are also areas that needs reinforcement.
Jorginho and Ngolo Kante are now in their 30’s and in the last year of their contracts at the club, this summer would be the right time for Chelsea to look for a replacement for both players. Romelu Lukaku is also likely to leave the club this summer, which means Chelsea would also need to reinforce their attack in this transfer window.
With the power given to Thomas Tuchel to bring in his kind of players to the club this summer, he should be trusted to get good players that would improve the quality of the team.
3. Chelsea New Owners Are Ready To Splash The Cash This Summer
Reports claims that the Chelsea new owners are prepared to back Thomas Tuchel this summer with enough cash to bring top quality signings to the club this summer.
The Todd Boehly led consortium want to make a statement in the transfer market this summer to announce their arrival, and also show their intents on keeping the club at the highest competitive level.
Chelsea fans should have these three factors at the back of their mind, despite the delay of transfer activities, Chelsea are taking their time to get the best possible players that would improve the squad next season.
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