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“There are some interests in what we’d like to do to improve the team because we’re short in certain areas and with injuries that picked. We are trying and as a club We are trying to improve in every window.”

Chelsea are now set to have spent almost £400m since the start of the summer transfer window. According to the Evening Standard, UEFA have placed them on a ‘watch list’ over their monstrous outlay.

However, it is understood that the west Londoners, who have been under the ownership of the Boehly-Clearlake consortium since May, are not yet concerned about repercussions.