Frank Lampard has already managed to get the best out of the squad available to him. He’s elevating a number of

former academy players to the first team. But currently, he needs a personnel boost and started selecting top transfer targets.

The team’s relatively weaker areas include up-front and the left-back positions, so the club Boss is keen on to get their business done to help Lampard’s cause in the pursuit of glory.

Jadon Sancho

A youth player is among the TOP of Chelsea’s transfer targets. The blues are ready to pay £70 million ($90m) for the winger.

Sancho started his career with German Bundesliga Club Borussia Dortmund in 2017. He has scored a total of 26 goals for his team.

Sancho is having close relationships with Chelsea players Callum Hudson-Odoi and Tammy Abraham. He knows both of them well from the England set-up. However, This friendship may be a particular draw.

The Blues are in high demand, and they are willing to secure the 19-year-old’s services in January. But Dortmund doesn’t want to lose its most outstanding player at this point in the season.

Mousa Dembele

The former Celtic striker is another one at the TOP of Chelsea’s Transfer Wishlist. The Blues are willing to buy him from Lyon, with a fee of €40 million.

Lyon has, however, rejected reports that they are open to a sale, issuing a statement that indicated their strong desire to keep him at the club for upcoming seasons.

Other TOP Chelsea Targets

In its wishlist, Chelsea also have England left-back Ben Chilwell, Genk midfielder Sander Berge and Crystal Palace’s forward Wilfried Zaha.

Timo Werner from RB Leipzig is also on the list. But Werner is going to consider this offer only after Euro 2020 finishes.

Potential Chelsea Exits

Olivier Giroudis set for an estimated exit. That could happen in January, with a number of clubs – such as Inter, Newcastle United and Lyon

According to RMC Sport, PSG are reportedly interested in signing 19-year-old Tariq Lamptey.

Pedro is also on the radar of Aston Villa as well as several other clubs from Major League Soccer, including the New York City and LA Galaxy.

According to some rumors, a Spanish left-back, and wing-back, Marcos Alonso could also leave Chelsea and join to Stamford Bridge.