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Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has been told to relieve the pressure on Tammy Abraham and Mason Mount by signing experienced players in January.
This is according to former Premier League midfielder Jamie Redknapp.
“Lampard may have already been planning to spend in January after their transfer ban was lifted but I wonder if their recent form forces his hand even more,” Redknapp told Daily Mail.
“I wonder if he will now look to bring in a bit of experience, some tried and tested reinforcements who can relieve the pressure on [Mason] Mount and Abraham.
“Those two have shown themselves as Chelsea’s saviours time and time again this season. Where would that club be now without those two? Not fourth, I can tell you that.
“As for Abraham, he needs better back-up. Michy Batshuayi has not quite cut it as a deputy, while Olivier Giroud is likely to leave in January so that he can get the game time he needs ahead of Euro 2020.”