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Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has admitted the coronavirus pandemic has made it difficult for the club to work on transfer targets but he also revealed the club has a number of different transfer action plans to work on depending on how the market is affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Premier League summer transfer window was set to open on June 10, but that won’t be possible due to the suspension of football caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
“We have the good young players, we have had experienced players around them that have helped them this year, but we know there are little areas within the squad [we can improve],” Lampard told Sky Sports.
“Some of that’s what we have already, some of that’s how we might look to recruit going forward.
“This period now with what’s going on in the world has made it very difficult to plan too much on [transfers], how this is going to look in weeks or months going forward.
“We have to have different versions of plans going forward in terms of how it looks.”