Why Other Premier League Clubs Should Be Wary Of Chelsea This Season

Why Other Premier League Clubs Should Be Wary Of Chelsea This Season

The introduction of Thomas Tuchel, was the beginning of good fortune for Chelsea last season, as they finished the English Premier League on 67 points and also managed to winner their second UEFA Champions League trophy in the clubs history.

Chelsea have started this season as real title contenders, as they have won two of their opening fixture with incredible goal margins (Chelsea won Crystal Palace by 3 goals and Arsenal by 2 goals) and also, won the Super Cup prior to their season opener against Crystal Palace. The addition of Romelu Lukaku (Centre-Forward) from Inter Milan at €115m and Marcus Bettinelli (Goalkeeper) from Fulham on a free transfer, shows Chelsea quality in going forward, and also at the back.

Winning the Premier League this season will not only make Chelsea Europeans greatest club, but will write Thomas Tuchel name, as one of the greatest managers in Chelsea’s history.

Rival clubs still has 36 more games to play for and also, a chance to prove to their fans that they can be a major force this season. However, they should be wary of Chelsea, as the UEFA Champion winners, possess a strong squad depth which can match any side toe-for-toe.

Check out Chelsea’s squad depth with Lukaku leading the attack;

Lukaku, Havertz, Mount, Alonso, Jorginho, Kante, James, Silva, Rudigar, Azpilicueta and Mendy.

Check out Chelsea’s squad depth with Werner leading the attack;

Werner, Pulisic, Ziyech, Chilwell, Loftus-Cheek, Kovacic, Hudson-Odoi, Zouma, Christensen, Chalobah and Arrizabalaga.

With the above squad depth, Chelsea have 2 complete separate eleven that can challenge for the English Premier League comfortably.


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