Chelsea will sign three new players “soon”, according to the London Evening Standard
Transfers for Romelu Lukaku, Tiemoue Bakayoko and Willy Caballero are altogether said to be advancing with the Blues prepared to spend some big money to get ready for their arrival to the UEFA Champions League and work to lift the Premier League title consecutively.
Per the report, Lukaku and Bayayoko are further far from being Chelsea players yet Caballero is good to go to land at Stamford Bridge and will sign on July 1 in the wake of being released by Man City. The Argentine goalkeeper, 35, will be Thibaut Courtois backup and will probably get a lot of minutes in Europe and in English cup games.
Lukaku, 24, is yet to sign a new contract at Everton and with Ronald Koeman sprinkling some cash at Goodison Park (Davy Klaassen and Jordan Pickford have as of now touched base with Sandro Ramirez in transit and a move for Gylfi Sigurdsson appearing to be likely) it proposes the Toffees could be prepared to take advantage of their Belgian striker by selling him.
With Diego Costa’s future dubious, Lukaku would be the principle man up top for Chelsea however he’d return for a tremendous exchange charge and with colossal expectations taking after his inability to break into the Chelsea first team from 2012-14 preceding being sold to Everton. Lukaku’s 25 strikes last season exhibited his proceeded with change, yet his hold-up play must enhance on the off chance that he will achieve the highest level with Chelsea.
With respect to Bakayoko, the 22-year-old Monaco and France midfielder is needed by Antonio Conte to sit in the midfield with N’Golo Kante and separate play in midfield. Bakayoko is an effective player and he ought to dovetail with Kante flawlessly. As reports of Nemanja Matic going to Manchester United keep pushing, acquiring Bakayoko bodes well and Conte is a major fan of two capable, defensive midfielders in his two focal midfield spots