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Chelsea to sign Ben Chilwell and Kai Havertz this summer



How would we prevent Liverpool from winning the Premier League again next season?

That is the inquiry a lot of club managers will present themselves in the coming months.

Jurgen Klopp’s side are set to win the title by the greatest points in League’s history as they sit 23 points away from Manchester City, with the record remaining at 19.

That hole might be too enormous to close in about one season.

For Chelsea, the point hole remains at 32 with Frank Lampard’s side at present sitting in fourth.

It appears to be far-fetched that hole will be anyplace close to that enormous next season thinking about what the Blues are doing in the transfer window at the present time.

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Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner will formally become Chelsea players tomorrow after the club signed the striker for £33 million and £48 million separately. They even beat Liverpool to sign Timo and the title winners chose to pull back their enthusiasm for the talented forward.

In any case, Chelsea aren’t done yet and appear to sign more players and make up for some recent setbacks following their transfer ban.

That is on the grounds that, as indicated by report, the club are set to sign two additional players.

After Bayer Leverkusen failed to make Champions League football at the end of the week, they will offer to sign the amazing playmaker Kai Havertz.

Envision a front-three of Hakim Ziyech, Timo Werner and Kai Havertz next season.

They’re also arranging an offer for Leicester left-back Ben Chilwell.

Simply envision the squad the west London side will have next season if both of their interests are fruitful.

Title challengers? It’s absolutely difficult to preclude them.

Chelsea will be a formidable team next season.

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