Frank Lampard has warned Chelsea face a big recruitment “challenge” after the Blues’ transfer embargo was lifted.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has halved Chelsea’s two-window FIFA transfer ban, freeing up the Stamford Bridge club to make new signings in January.
Chelsea boss Lampard admitted he will look to strengthen next month despite being happy with his current squad, with a new left-back and second striker among the priorities.
Academy graduates Tammy Abraham, Mason Mount, Fikayo Tomori and Reece James have starred as Lampard was unable to mark his summer arrival with any statement signings. And the former England midfielder admitted Chelsea must be careful not to make transfers for transfers’ sake.
Watch the video posted above to see what Lampard had to say about potential Chelsea signings going forward.
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