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Chelsea Transfer Gossip As Lampard Open up on Declan Rice, Kai Havert Best Position Revealed

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The next transfer window is about to kick start on 2nd January 2021 as a result, clubs across Europe will be in preparation to make some transfer decision.

Chelsea spent more than two hundred and fifty million pounds in last summer transfer window as they land top players to strengthen up Frank Lampard squad.

Hakim Ziyech from Ajax, Timo Werner from RB Leipzig, Kai Havert from Bayern leverkusen, Ben Chilwell from Leicester City and Mendy from Rennes, among their major signings while Thiago Silva and Malang are players who came on a free transfer.

Indeed the spending Chelsea board made has seen them qualify for Champions League last of 16 as they finished first.

Chelsea this season are looking like tittle challenger although they suffered back to back lose in premier league. a 1-0 lose against Everton and a 2-1 lose against Wolves. they currently sit 7th in the table with 22 points with six point behind leaders Liverpool.

Today Saturday being 19th of December month, here are some major Chelsea transfer gossip and other important updates.

CHELSEA DEFENDER TIPPED TO JOIN RENNES

Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori has been tipped to join Ligue 1 side Rennes on a six-month loan in January by talkSPORT journalist Alex Crook.

The youngster has not featured much for Chelsea this season. With Thiago Silva and Kurt Zouma the preferred choice at the back, the Blues have seen a resurgence in their defensive prowess.

FRANK LAMPARD OPEN UP ON DECLAN RICE

Chelsea have been strongly linked with West Ham star Rice in January.

And Lampard has opened up over the 21-year-old, who is reportedly interested in a return to Stamford Bridge.

“He’s a fantastic player for West Ham and England so fair play, because his journey there after leaving Chelsea and going to West Ham is a good story to hear,” he said.

“There are lots of stories like that and it shows the player’s strength of character. In terms of from our end, I certainly wouldn’t use the word ‘regret’ – our academy is one of the best in the world and you look at our first team now with the players that we have produced who are in and around that squad.

Frank Lampard tells Soccer Saturday that he expects his summer signings to shine, as he remembers his playing days at The Bridge.

The Chelsea head coach faced the media following the ahead of the West Ham United game and one of the main talking points from his press conference was about Kai Havertz’s form and if a 4-3-3 formation suits him.

“I do think it suits him. He can play in it and before his Covid period he played very well on the right side of the eight position. He can play in various positions but consistency is sometimes a good thing and that’s what I want to get for him.

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