In order to qualify for the UEFA Champions League and finish in the top four of the Premier League, Chelsea has a lot of ground to make up, and the club’s administration is making the most of every chance to give the manager the players he needs. In order to recruit winger Noni Madueke, Chelsea and PSV Eindhoven have reached an agreement in principle, in a deal that costs £29m.
Prior to relocating permanently to Stamford Bridge, Madueke is anticipated to undergo a medical. Madueke took off right away. Chelsea signed the Right winger just a day after completing big money signing Mykhailo Mudryk, who was Arsenal’s major target for the January transfer window, from Shakhtar Donetsk in Ukraine.
The most recent addition is Madueke, who joins Mykhailo Mudryk, David Datro Fofana, Benoit Badiashile, Andrey Santos, and Joao Felix who all signed recently. Chelsea has already added a total of six players during the January transfer window, in a bid to strengthen the team.
The players signed by the club are expected to improve the team and be more dangerous, as the current players in the squad lack that. With big games coming against Liverpool FC in the league and all others, they are expected to prove their worth. Fans can watch the games live in the stadiums, and have a wonderful experience. This can only happen when they secure their seats at the stadium using SeatCompare, where the best seats can be obtained.
Following a significant transfer expenditure of over £250 million in the summer, Todd Boehly; new Chelsea owner, has been busy this winter. Wesley Fofana, Raheem Sterling, Kalidou Koulibaly, Marc Cucurella, and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang were all acquired by the new Stamford Bridge ownership, along with a number of young players.
Head Coach Graham Potter is also receiving strong support from the new owners. Christopher Vivell and Paul Winstanley, new directors who have joined the club but are still settling in, are in charge of overseeing the winter expenditure that has already been noticeable under the new owners. Later this year, other officials are expected to join that group.
There is no reason to think Chelsea has finished making deals with less than two weeks left in the market, considering the club just submitted for Brighton’s Moses Caicedo. Chelsea looks prepared to respond to any queries on the current composition of the midfield. Additionally, the team is in severe need of an offensive goal boost, and will look to solve that before the window closes.