There are still 12 Premier League teams with more goals than Chelsea after an incredible £600 million.

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This summer, Chelsea FC may strengthen their squad with additional players.

Although Todd Boehly‘s record-breaking spending hasn’t yielded results yet, he’s ready to wait.

Having faith in Graham Potter despite the fact that Champions League football for the upcoming season appears to be lost, the expensive project is far from finished.

The groundwork has undoubtedly been laid with young, talented players all over the pitch, but the Blues’ flaws remain obvious.

With Kai Havertz struggling to carry the load, goal scoring isn’t the only problem, but it is a very big one.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, a favorite of Thomas Tuchel, will undoubtedly leave, freeing up space up top.

Romelu Lukaku’s exclusion from Inter Milan’s regular squad means that Chelsea will have even more sales work to do. But, after it is resolved, a massive incoming could occur.

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With Victor Osimhen, Napoli appears to have repeated their success and will likely receive a large sum similar to what they received for Edinson Cavani and Gonzalo Higuain.

For the prolific 24-year-old who is leading Napoli to its first championship since the days of Diego Maradona with 26 goals in 29 games, figures in the £150 million range have been mentioned.

There will be skepticism over the price given that Chelsea and Manchester United are rumored to be interested in the Nigerian, but if he keeps scoring goals of all descriptions and Napoli keeps moving further in the Champions League, Boehly and co. will be even more persuaded.

After a stunning 35-goal 2021/22 season, the France and RB Leipzig forward was one of Europe’s hottest products. After injury issues, Christopher Nkunku will hope to regain that form at Stamford Bridge.

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On the other side, he could be helped by Joao Felix, who has already won over many Blues fans.

Chelsea paid an eye-watering £10 million to sign the Portuguese midfielder from Atletico Madrid for half a season. But it’s a testament to how good Joao Felix has been, and he’s already talked about staying long term.