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The Blues rounded off a huge £323m winter splurge on transfer closing day with Benfica and Argentina star Enzo Fernandez becoming the eighth player to arrive in West London throughout the month. Their stunning business leaves manager Graham Potter with a hugely bloated squad to choose from for the remainder of the campaign.
Some will have to be left out of the Blues’ Premier League side whilst a bunch of Chelsea’s January arrivals will be forced out in their Champions League squad. Even though the only agreement has only just settled on the latest transfer window and financial terms are about to introduces, Todd Boehly already appears to be putting plans in place for their next stage of operations.
According to The resources, as many as six first-team stars could potentially be sold in the summer to make room for yet more first-team signings for Premier league. Moroccan winger Hakim Ziyech is chief among those.
The former Ajax forward looked to be on the way out of Stamford Bridge on deadline day but saw a loan move to French giants Paris Saint-Germain collapse at the last second. A move could potentially be re-explored in a matter of months’ time.
Fellow winger Christian Pulisic could also be sold. The American has never quite met expectations in West London since a switch from Borussia Dortmund.
Arsenal bids on Transfer on players in Premier league
Arsenal always fall away after Christmas. That’s what they tell us. No matter the size of the Gunners’ lead over Manchester City, there’s still so much doubt Mikel Arteta’s men will get the job done.
Whether you believe the Premier League trophy will be decked in red or blue at the end of the season, Arsenal did everything right to maintain momentum.
So many fans will have been disappointed by missing out on Mudryk, but the swoop for Leandro Trossard was extremely smart. He seems to have already fit in with a confident cameo in the win over Manchester United and a good performance in the narrow FA Cup defeat to City. Trossard cost a fraction of the budget at £24 million, meaning more depth could be added elsewhere.
We’ve been Missing out on Moises Caicedo is not the end of the world because a quality alternative was found in Jorginho.
He is excellent cover and a controlling presence for the remainder of a season that will be nervy as Arsenal get closer to winning the league. Fans might not like to hear that, with a lot of eggs puts in Caicedo’s basket, but there’s real brains at work behind the scenes at the Emirates Stadium.
Many fans were fearful the north London side would stand still in January. Well, Arsenal have recruited smartly, showing intent to go all the way. You can’t ask for much more.
Wolves are teetering scarily close to the relegation zone right now, but a well-considered January will have the rest of the division’s struggling clubs worried.
Julen Lopetegui is starting to stamp his style into the Molineux side after joining in November, adding a lot more steel to a team that hasn’t shown as much fight as we’re used to this campaign.
Both Mario Lemina and Craig Dawson are players who will allow others to shine. Ruben Neves’ ability to dictate with his passing ability has slowed in recent times because of an increased need to play more defensively, so he should have a freer second half to the season. Matheus Cunha can help a woeful goalscoring record improve, aided by the delivery of Pablo Sarabia from Paris Saint-Germain, whose surprise move underlines the ambition under the new manager.
It’s time to worry if you’re Everton, Bournemouth and Southampton. Wolves will have to go a long way to perform as badly as they’ve done through 20 games in which they’ve only seen four wins and 12 goals scored. January’s additions should naturally see them drift away from the struggling pack.