Chelsea players celebrating scoring a goal against Tottenham Hotspur last weekend ( Photo Courtesy)
Since the arrival of coach Thomas Tuchel in January, Chelsea has been a formidable side that has been blowing up top sides. And they have the Champions League trophy and UEFA Super Cup to show for their dominance.
The signing of Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku in August has only made the London side even more stronger.
Now sitting top of the EPL log, it appears that the Blues are the favourites for the league title. And going forward, should Chelsea sign these three stars, they will be unplayable for the next few years to come:
1. Matthijs De Ligt:
Juventus Dutch defender Matthijs De Ligt ( Photo Courtesy)
With the futures of Antonio Rudiger, Thiago Silva and Andreas Christensen hanging in the balance at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea should move with speed to sign this talented 22-year Dutchman.
If he signs for the London side, De Ligt will marshall the Chelsea defense for the next one decade.
2. Erling Haaland:
Borusia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland ( Photo Courtesy)
The Borusia Dortmund goal machine is one player that every coach wants in his team.
A prolific goal scorer, Haaland is seen by many as the "next Cristiano Ronaldo" and could dominate football for very many years to come.
Having been previously linked with a move to Chelsea during the summer transfer window, Tuchel can still get him when the right time comes.
Just imagine Haaland and Lukaku paired together at Chelsea!
3. Kylian Mbappe:
Paris Saint Germain French striker Kylian Mbappe ( Photo Courtesy)
Paris Saint Germain star Kylian Mbappe is one of the most sought after players in the world today.
A prolific goal scorer, the French forward is seen as the future of football after the exit of Ronaldo and Lionel Messi from the stage.
Though he has for months been linked with a move to Real Madrid, Chelsea can still hijack the deal and sign him.
With Mbappe, De Ligt, Lukaku and Haaland on board, Chelsea will dominate European football for many years to come.
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