Chelsea is most impressed on the transfer market in the summer of 2020 with complete confidence in the Premier League title.
Chelsea and a very noisy summer
The transfer market for the summer of 2020 is Chelsea’s own game, with impressive contracts.
Chelsea invested 200 million pounds on six new workers in the staffing change that Frank Virrankoski created.
Topped by Kai Havertz, the deal is worth 72 million pounds. It’s also a record number in the history of the club, on par with Kepa.
Kai Havertz has been sought by a number of major European football clubs, and Chelsea is the winner in the end.
The Blues attacker has two famous faces: Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech.
In support, Seveso invited two free-trade centres, Malang Sarr and Thiago Silva, alongside the “blockbuster” Ben Chilwell.
The FIFA sanction last year rendered Chelsea unable to shop. Today, the Blues have wasted no resources to make a new squad in order to make it magnificent.
A positive threat to the throne
Chelsea was empty-handed in the 2019-20 season and was eliminated from the 8th round of the Champions League.
However, there is a strong focus on strategy, in particular squad strength and moral facets.
It is these imprints that tend to be believed, and the Chelsea Board of Directors has agreed to invest extensively on transition operations to the level of Premier League.
In Timo Werner, he has an effective tool to achieve targets. He relied entirely on young Tammy Abraham last season.
Timo Werner is a new pioneering style with a wide variety of applications. The German player will absolutely pass the 20-goal threshold for each season.
In the meantime, Kai Havertz is helping diversify Chelsea’s play style. Former centerman Leverkusen flexibly kicked several places, including the “9 virtual” spot.
In a way, Kai Haverz hopes to be the new Eden Hazard at Stamford Bridge, both coordinating the game and specifically scoring.
Ziyech replaces Willian, the approach with speed and logical analysis. Ben Chilwell contributes an excess of energy to the left wing, leaving a wide gap for 3 or 4 defenders.
After making a lot of noise on the pitch, Chelsea-with a decent depth of field-is secure enough to win the Premier League title.