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Five players Jose Mourinho should bring in next season

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With Jose Mourinho heading back to Stamford Bridge this season, we can expect some drastic changes to be made. 

Already, there have been rumours of the possibility of Fernando Torres and Juan Mata being sold to other clubs. 

Barcelona has been heavily linked to David Luiz for a while now, and reportedly has submitted a £30million offer for the Brazilian star. But when you sell, you must buy. 

hen Mourinho was first introduced into Chelsea, he splashed the cash with the signings of Didier Drogba, Ricardo Carvalho, Florent Malouda, and Michael Essien. So who can we expect for the 'Special One', to bring in this time?

The striker position has been quite a controversy for the past couple of years at Chelsea. Drogba was always the main man up top at Chelsea, with Torres behind him in the pecking order, but ever since he left last season, no one has really taken over that role.

Torres struggled at the beginning of the season, forcing Roman Abramovich to bring in Demba Ba from Newcastle, who failed to grasp the role as well. But since Chelsea went into the Europa League, Torres has seemed to find his form. But is it too little too late for El Nino? 

He has been linked to Napoli, with the recent appointment of Rafa Benitez as the new man on the touchline. So assuming Torres leaves to Naples and Ba’s likely exit, who is going to be the man up front? 

Edinson Cavani has been the man the Blues have been screaming for. He has scored 71 goals in all competitions in the last two years for Napoli. Another possibility is Edin Dzeko. Dzeko, who plays for Manchester City has been a target that Mourinho has expressed his admiration for. 

He has netted 15 goals in all competitions, even though he comes of the bench in most games. 

The last striker that Mourinho should bring in is Romelu Lukaku. He currently is out on-loan at West Brom, but has had the type of season that shows he is ready for the big time at Stamford Bridge. 

The 'next Drogba' has scored 17 goals in 38 appearances, which is not bad for someone who is only 20-years old.

Chelsea’s midfield was the most dominant part of their squad this season. From the likes of Hazard and Mata, to Ramires and Luiz, they have all been stellar. 

But with a fine season such as this one, means that these players will be targeted by other elite clubs - as seen with Luiz.

So with Luiz likely gone, Chelsea needs to restock the central midfield. Mourinho should look to bring in a former player like Xabi Alonso, would be the perfect fit in Stamford Bridge this season.

Alongside Frank Lampard, the two would combine for an extremely experienced, yet lethal central partnership. Another player who would fit in greatly is Luka Moric. 

Modric was strongly targeted by Chelsea last season, but Real Madrid snatched him up. He really came into his own towards the end of the season under Mourinho, and would be an excellent fit with Mata and Hazard.

All of these players would make a vast impact at Chelsea this season. Goals would be scored, chances would be created, and games will be one with these signings. The only question is, will Mourinho bring them in?

 

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