Chelsea have been completely freed from the sanctions of Embargo Transfer, of course it makes them able to recruit several players this summer. Coach Frank Lampard indicated that the club not only brought in, but also released several players.
Actually, the London club has already recruited two newer players, they are Judge Ziyech and Timo Werner but they can only join next summer. Reportedly, the Blues are working on the transfer of German midfielder Kai Havertz.
This rapid movement was carried out by Chelsea after they were completely free of Embergo Transfer Sanctions. However, on the other hand Chelsea must fight to secure one spot in the top four of the Premier League this season in order to play in the Champions League next season.
If it fails, they will be difficult to bring in the top players who can develop the team’s performance next season.
However, according to coach Frank Lampard, Chelsea have proven a positive step by recruiting a number of players so far. In fact, the interpreter also indicated that the club plans to release several players next summer.
“We have brought in a number of players, who I think have proven concrete positive steps to achieve our goals. Not being able to do business in the last two transfer exchanges means we cannot bring in new players, nor can we release players. ”
“I think sometimes releasing players is as important as bringing in players, which is to keep refreshing the squad and maintain competitive air within the team,” Lampard told Sky Sports.
Furthermore, Lampard confirmed that he already has plans related to the summer transfer market and also next season’s campaign. However, the coach is aware that this must also be in line with the financial condition of the club.
“I know what I want to do with this squad, but that must be achieved through flowing conversations with the club. Of course, the economic side must also be considered,” said Lampard.
As is known, the financial condition of several Premier League clubs is indeed being disturbed because of the coronavirus pandemic which had made the competition stopped for the past three months.