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Three free agents Boehly could target to improve Chelsea’s Attack, Midfield & Defence



Todd Boehly’s consortium finally got the UK government’s and Premier League’s clearance to take over the Blues after what seemed like a lifetime.

Boehly’s efforts to secure Stamford Bridge and all its valuables began in March and were just recently completed. Despite spending the previous three weeks in and around the club, the American can now go on with his newly acquired enterprise.

While there are several issues to be addressed, one thing that supporters will demand above all else is fresh signings.

Thomas Tuchel’s team are in desperate need of a rebuild, either to replace leaving players or to give those remaining stationed at Cobham some competition.

According to reports, Boehly will give Tuchel £200 million to spend this summer, with some big names already being considered.

Huge spending, on the other hand, does not automatically imply big rewards. Here are the three free agents Boehly could land this summer

Paul Pogba

Paul Pogba splits opinions, His talent is undeniable; it’s what he does with it that has people jumping out of their seats in anger & all sorts of critics.

On the best of days, though, only few midfielders in the world can match his creativity and all round display, he can also be a delight to watch on the field of play with his tricky nutmegs and long brillant passes.

Unfortunately, these magical times have been few and far between recently.

The Ex-Juventus Star only made 16 Premier League starts due to injuries in what may be his final campaign with United.

The 29-year-old’s existing contract expires next month, and despite Erik ten Hag’s appointment, it is expected that he will leave.

This may be good news for a number of top European teams, including Chelsea, who must admire a player of such caliber.

Paulo Dybala

While there is still some speculation about whether Paul Pogba will continue at United, Paulo Dybala’s situation is clearer.

The Argentina international announced his decision to quit Juventus after seven years.

Despite spending much of his final season on the treatment table, he still managed to score 15 goals and contribute six assists across all competitions.

The Argentine’s next destination is unknown, however Chelsea has been linked with a move for his signature, Tuchel’s attack is already well-stocked, but he lacks an all-around creator and scorer other from Mason Mount.

Dybala might give that extra offensive spark if he stays fit.

James Tarkowski

Chelsea, above all, are keen on adding more defenders to their ranks.

Yes, they might spend a lot of money for Jules Kounde or Josko Gvardiol, Alternatively, the board might search for a player with Premier League experience.

James Tarkowski has appeared in over 200 Premier League games for Burnley.

Tarkowski’s existing deal with freshly relegated Burnley expires in June, and he’ll be searching for a return to the Premier League as soon as possible.


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