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Chelsea Rebuild: How Chelsea Would Line Up Next Season If They Are Able To Sign Their Targets

Chelsea, who were unable to challenge Liverpool and Manchester City for the Premier League title this season, will be looking forward to rebuilding their team during the June transfer window in order for them to be able to win at least one trophy next season. This is because Chelsea was unable to compete with Liverpool and Manchester City for the title this season.

Despite this, I made the decision to publish this piece so that you may see how they would line up in the next season if they were successful in signing their transfer targets.

A. The Goalkeeper Position: Due to the fact that Edouard Mendy is now performing at an extremely high level for both club and nation, he will be starting the next season for Chelsea as the starting goalkeeper rather than Kepa.

B. Defenders: Harry Maguire and Thiago Silva will play together in the center back position, while Reece James and Ben Chilwell will take over the two full back positions, one after the other.

Declan Rice, Mason Mount, and Kovacic are the midfielders for team C.

D. Attackers On the other side, Kai Havertz, Timo Werner, and Harry Kane would be heading the squad offensive frontline if they were selected as attackers. View the image below below for more clarification.

It should be noted that Chelsea has not yet brought on board Harry Maguire, Declan Rice, or Harry Kane. They were only included in the expected line-up that was shown approximately because of the most recent transfer rumors and reports.

Regarding this topic, what are your thoughts? Do you believe that Thomas Tuchel will be able to win the Premier League championship the next year with this anticipated line-up that you can see above? I'd appreciate it if you could share your thoughts in the comments box below.

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