Chelsea seem to be preparing for the 2020-21 campaign with intent, as the Blues have already gone on to sign Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner.
Despite those massive signings, Chelsea don’t seem to be done in the transfer market, as Andre Onana, Ben Chilwell and Kai Havertz have all been linked with a summer move to Chelsea.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard was asked in his press conference whether the club’s transfer activity is making life difficult for the players. But Lampard doesn’t think so, as he expects the signings to even make them improve.
“If you want to be a Chelsea player and be in the Chelsea team and squad and fight for the Premier League, to fight in Europe and to fight for trophies you have to focus on yourself,” Lampard told the media.
“At the moment, going into this season we’re 30-odd points off the top two last season. If you want that gap to close, you have to focus on yourself. If players come in, that should be the nature of the beast playing for Chelsea. It shouldn’t be a problem for anyone.”