Mail: Chelsea likely to struggle next season with Kai Havertz leading the line

The reactions from Chelsea’s 4-0 thrashing by Arsenal over the weekend have been coming out, and it’s really not a good verdict right now.

Of course, it’s pre-season and things should never be taken overly seriously at this point in the season. It’s never a true reflection of how the rest of the season will go. But as far as pre-seasons go, Chelsea’s has been an absolute nightmare.

Chelsea’s squad desperately needs a rebuild.

The only two positives so far, Raheem Sterling and Kalidou Koulibaly, has been totally overshadowed by abysmal performances in pre-season matches, a lack of more signings so far with just 12 days until the new season starts, and a lack of selling players who want to leave.

The Daily Mail have a pretty accurate opinion article out today, and writer Ben Willcocks is bang on when he says  ‘Chelsea are likely to struggle next season with natural attacking midfielder Kai Havertz leading the line solo.’

I couldn’t agree more, and the fact we are still yet to hear any solid links of moving to sign any new attackers, concerns me massively as we approach the new season. It’s hard to keep the faith right now I must admit.

One thought on “Mail: Chelsea likely to struggle next season with Kai Havertz leading the line

  1. Broja has to stay. There is no indication any attacking signing is on the card beyond Sterling.

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