During the summer transfer window of 2022, Chelsea was one of the best clubs in Europe, but they still had to release some of their players. Their departures will include several significant players, including Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rudiger, among others.
Due to the absence of these two essential center backs, the Blues will need to adjust their starting lineup to make room for their remaining players. Thiago Silva will be playing in the middle of the defense alongside either Malang Sarr or Trevor Chalobah.
Ben Chilwell, who had to miss the 2021/2022 season due to an injury, will play in the left wing-back position, and Reece James will play in the right wing-back position. Jorginho and N'golo Kante will operate as a pair in the middle of the field as central midfielders. They will assist in moving the ball to attack midfielders, such as Mason Mount and Kai Havertz, who will be receiving it.
If Romelu Lukaku played in the center of the attack, it would be easier for the team to capitalize on the opportunities produced by the attacking midfielders. The following is an illustration of how the lineup would appear.
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