• Sun. Sep 25th, 2022

CHE vs WHU: Chelsea line up after recent transfer activities

Chelsea vs West Ham United: The transfer window was closed last night and European teams will now try getting the players signed to settle into their various clubs and systems of play.

West London outfits Chelsea is one of the highest spenders in the transfer window and have strengthened their much needed positions. The blues haven’t had a natural center forward in the opening premier league matches but have now signed Aubameyang from Barcelona.

Thomas Tuchel has also gotten a defensive midfielder to help the midfield because of how Kante and Kovacic are injury prone.

The Chelsea team now looks like a team that can compete in the premier league and it’s a team that most English premier league clubs a hard time.

With Wesley Fofana and Kalidou Koulibaly signed, the Chelsea defence will be more stable with the new signings playing on either sides of the very experienced Thiago Silva Tuchel’s preferred back three.

N’golo Kante will certainly return from injury soon and if he does stay fit, his midfield partnership with Mateo Kovacic has proven in recent seasons how good, energetic and dynamic it can be and that’s something that should be a worry for premier league teams.

Reece James could return to his normal right wing back position now that there are enough center backs at the club with Marc Cucurella taking up the left wing back position.

The blues attack could have a whole new look with Aubameyang’s signing being confirmed yesterday and Raheem Sterling joining the club early on in the transfer window from Manchester City.

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Thomas Tuchel could line up Raheem Sterling along with Hakim Ziyech who has a good ability to deliver crosses into the six yard box now that they have a natural center forward Aubameyang.

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