Over the course of the summer transfer window, Chelsea have been linked with some superb big names that looks very much needed for the club judging by how their current folks performed last season.
Although, they ended the season on a high by beating Manchester United to the FA Cup title, but that wasn’t enough for the club after missing out on Champions League football when they ended fifth place in the Premier League.
Chelsea have only been linked with summer moves for players that needs to come in and replace Alvaro Morata and Tiemoue Bakayoko who have both been flop for the club.
Bakayoko and Morata were both signed to replace Diego Costa and Nemanja Matic, but neither the former and latter lived up to expectation since their big money move to the club. In light of this, it appears a clear change is needed in the defensive and attacking area of the club.
Chelsea are believed to have a £53million deal in place to sign Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain, which looks a good bargain for one of the most complete strikers.
In another exciting report, a new face that could be seen in the Blues attack could be Manchester United’s Anthony Martial who has been repeatedly linked with the club this summer.
As The Sun reports, Martial’s signing would command as much as £100m. Considering how serious the Blues’ return to Champions League is, £100m shouldn’t really be too much for the Blues to sanction.
The Daily Mail claimed Chelsea are strongly keen on signing Martial this summer, and with Barcelona lurking around for the signing of Willian this summer, the Blues could of course raise funds by selling the Brazilian.
Finally, Chelsea could bring in their much-needed midfield upgrade with the signing of CSKA Moscow star Aleksandr Golovin.
And according to The Telegraph, the British tabloid claimed the Blues are lining up a £27m deal for the Russian midfielder this summer.
In total, that would see the Premier League club spending a total £180m fee on repairing their major woes of last summer and put Chelsea back as one of the top four Premier League team next season.