Chelsea are doing fine so far under Frank Lampard in light of the two-window transfer ban. The Blues are not expected to content for any major silverware this season. Lampard is, however, doing a fine job managing the club and has managed to unearth three future stars in Tammy Abraham, Mason Mount and Fikayo Tomori.
The Blues will need to make big signings next summer if they want to contest for titles
It is quite evident that the West Londoners will need to make a few big signings especially in their attacking department if they want to contest for major trophies from next season. One of the players whom they should consider is Russian World Cup star Aleksandr Golovin. The 23-year-old was strongly linked with a move to Stamford Bridge during the summer of 2018 following his heroics during the 2018 World Cup but he instead moved to Monaco instead. The move to the Ligue 1 club has not really worked out for him so far.
One of Golovin’s major strengths is that he is versatile and able to play across the midfield. He also has good passing ability as well as blistering pace which allows him to cause problems for opposition defences. Golovin has the ability to provide plenty of quality and attacking threat to Lampard’s side. With Pedro and Willian now well into their 30’s, the Blues need to add quality attacking additions who can supply the strikers with quality assists.
A move to Stamford Bridge could help Golovin to revive his career which has lot lived up to expectations following his world-class displays during the World Cup. He will be a good addition to Lampard’s side and is still in the infancy of his career and thus will fit into Lampard’s young team alongside Tomori, Mount and Abraham.