Chelsea have had a year of transition. Last year’s high of the Champions League victory have been washed over by a string of poor results this campaign. This season the club has played some breath-taking football but those results have been mixed with some pretty ordinary performances.
The club is headed in the right direction but some signings this summer can really turn this squad into world beaters. The following are some of the signings that could see them do really well in the Premier League as well as the Champions League.
Radamel Falcao is one of the deadliest strikers in world football, he has one of the finest goal scoring record for the past two seasons. His strength and finishing in the box would make him a real fans favorite and would help dispel the horrors of the Fernando Torres deal go away. He is also reportedly interested in a move to West London and it would be great if a swap deal could be arranged between the clubs.
Modric is one of the most crafty midfield players and like all great midfielders he loves to dictate the game. With Frank Lampard moving on it would be a great opportunity to step into the centre of the field for the 27-year-old Croatian. Although they are different type of players, Modric could help Chelsea play the way Roman Abrahimovic wants them to. His situation at Real Madrid means that he could be available come summer.
Brazilian contingentNeymar is one of the hottest properties in world football and would add to the at Chelsea. he would be a dream signing for Chelsea and would help them become one of the most feared sides in world football. Getting Neymar to sign will be a challenge with Real Madrid and Barcelona looking to sign him up. Needless to say securing the services of these three players would ensure that Chelsea is feared as much as Barcelona.
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