Right Wing: Raheem Sterling (England)
The former Manchester City and Liverpool winger who came in with a massive reputation has only succeeded in showing us a few glimpses of his quality over the last year. He still looks way off his game and will definitely struggle for minutes once the squad is reinforced with another attacking option. Mohammed Kudus and Michael Olise seem to be keen on making the move and are appreciated by Chelsea.
Left Wing: Mykhailo Mudryk (Ukraine)
Mudryk netted the best goal of the game to round off his performance by scoring a low volley during CFC’s 4-3 Summer Series victory against Brighton. He has the quality to put defenders to the sword and win matches by his individual brilliance. However he struggles when it comes to involvement, he is not found pressing and making use of his fitness and physical attributes which he’d want to work on before the season starts.
Striker: Nicolas Jackson (Senegal)
Although this is just the start, Jackson’s sheer brilliance in all almost every department is simply too good to be true. The Chels‘ faithful are not used to watching their striker score goals and assert dominance effortlessly. All that is left now is for Jackson and Nkunku to get familiar and then partner up to undo the best defences in the league.
What changes would you make to this lineup?