So Impressive: Watch video of Werner & Ziyech as both set to lead Blues starting XI for 2020/21 campaign

Upcoming campaign for the west London club will be very interesting as Frank Lampard starting rebuild his squad with most talented winger and superstar striker.

Following Blues two transfer ban was lifted in time for January after an appeal, boss Frank Lampard is desperate to sign a top striker to provide serious competition for Tammy Abraham, who has comfortably seen off the challenge provided by Olivier Giroud and Michy Batshuayi.

But despite Frank Lampard’s & Co wanted new attacker recruited in January in a bid to seal a top-four finish, their efforts failed due to materialised.

After January transfer window Chelsea are not hanging around ahead of the summer transfer window. The Blues secured the signature of Ajax’s creative wizard Hakim Ziyech.

Ziyech, who was named as the 2019/20 Player of the Season by his previous club Ajax in his last season with the Dutch giants agreed a five-year deal in February with Chelsea.

During his time at Ajax, Ziyech showed the world his real capabilities when the Dutch giants eliminated Real Madrid & Juventus to progress to Uefa Champions League semi-finals before suffered defeats to Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur.

He is definitely one of the best in his position in the world right now as he racked up a staggering 97 goals and registered 123 assists in 282 career appearances for Heerenveen, Twente and Ajax across all competitions and the fans can certainly expect more records to tumble when he completes his move to Chelsea in the summer.

Werner, on other hand, is agreed in principle to join Chelsea in a stunning deal worth £53million move on wages of £180,000-a-week on Thursday night.

The Blues have capitalised on Liverpool going cold on the striker after an unwillingness on Merseyside to pay the RB Leipzig striker’s full release clause.

Sportarena understands that the 24-year-old has accepted the deal on the table offered by the Stamford Bridge club worth around £180,000-a-week (£9m-a-year).

The 24-year-old German is one of the prized assets in European football. In four years at Leipzig he has 75 goals in 122 Bundesliga appearances and this season his form has fired his club to the last eight of the Uefa Champions League for the first time.

Frank Lampard’s side will enjoys the service of Timo Werner who capable of operate wide in attack or through the centre as Son Heung-min has illustrated to good effect at Tottenham and Sadio Mane at Liverpool.

The Germany international is a versatility and tactical discipline – this campaign he netted 31 goals and registered 13 assists across all the competitions.

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