Chelsea’s transfer plans show that the Blues are following in the footsteps of Manchester United and Liverpool.


Chelsea’s transfer plans show that the Blues are following in the footsteps of Manchester United and Liverpool.

Chelsea is chasing Premier League glory alongside Manchester United and Liverpool.

Chelsea is hoping to learn from two of their most vehement adversaries as they prepare to challenge for the Premier League title this season. The owners of Stamford Bridge are hoping that the plan will result in the Premier League trophy returning to west London for the first time since 2017.

After taking over at Anfield in 2015, Liverpool made rapid progress under German manager Jurgen Klopp.

But it wasn’t until he secured the £75 million acquisition of centre-back Virgil van Dijk that Liverpool began to dominate.

The Reds became a formidable force with Van Dijk in the side, storming to Champions League glory in 2019 before claiming their first-ever Premier League title 12 months later.

Manchester United attempted to duplicate Liverpool’s achievement with their own significant centre-back purchase, luring Harry Maguire to Old Trafford for even more money than Van Dijk had cost Liverpool.

The England international has bolstered United’s defense, with the Red Devils coming close to winning the Europa League last season before falling short at the final hurdle.


United are well aware that they require reinforcements in order to compete at the top of the league. They are also set to make an official announcement this week on the signing of Raphael Varane from Real Madrid, who will play with Maguire in the middle of the defense.

In the meantime, Liverpool has signed Ibrahima Konate, bringing the total cost of the two clubs’ defenders to about £230 million.

It’s now Chelsea’s turn to join in on the fun.

Chelsea’s defense was re-energized in the second half of last season under Thomas Tuchel, and they had some of the top defensive metrics in the Premier League.

In reality, in Tuchel’s 19 league games as coach, the Blues had the second-best defensive record in the league, with 11 clean sheets.

They carried that form into the Champions League, where they were difficult to break down and vexed Manchester City throughout the final, which they won 1-0.

Chelsea, on the other hand, is anxious to sign Sevilla defender Jules Kounde in order to reclaim Premier League glory.

Tuchel is aware that Kounde can assist him improve his defense. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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