Werners goals and Ziyech’s flair to make Chelsea Title contenders next season, fans told

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Chelsea must be considered Premier League title challengers for 2020-21 now that they are preparing to welcome Timo Werner’s goals and Hakim Ziyech’s flair.

It has not taken Long for Frank Lampard to start sending statements to the rest of the Premier League, with reports suggesting that the brilliance of Werner will be following Ziyech to the Bridge, although an official announcement has not been made.

It should mean that we will have one of the best attacks in the game when they finish up their summer transfer deal, and ex-Blues star Wright-Phillips is excited by the business being done, claiming that the pair should help challenge the likes of Liverpool, both Manchester clubs and Arsenal to be the best in the Premier League.

The former Blues wideman telling AmericanGambler of Werner: “I think Lamps has done tremendously there, he’s a great player.

“He is hungry for goals and it gives Lamps the option there, and with Ziyech in there, Chelsea’s front three is looking very strong. As you can see, he’s having a nice mix of maturity and young talent, and it’s very hard to go wrong with that.”

Wright-Phillips added on Ziyech: “He brings that attacking flair, he scores goals and he creates goals.

“We have seen him do it in the Champions League, and now other wingers and other midfielders have to up their game because there is a lot of competition there. Having a lot of players on top of their game can only be a good thing for Lamps for and for Chelsea.”

I dont see how we could not be contenders next season, as the rest of the Premier League should be worried about the type of quality that we are seeking to buy this transfer window.

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