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Midfield general and Kepa’s replacement – 6 youngsters to save Chelsea millions this summer

Chelsea did not make any moves in the January transfer window, but that will surely change when the summer one opens up.

Having not signed anyone apart from Mateo Kovacic in the past two windows, the Blues will have some money to spend as they look to close the gap at the top of the table next season.

The Blues will be looking for a marquee signing, with the likes of Jadon Sancho or Timo Werner on their list to try to entice to Stamford Bridge.

But this season, Frank Lampard has already given a lot of chances to players who have come through the academy or have been out on loan.

So who could be the next batch of players to play for the Blues once the summer transfer window is wrapped up?

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Conor Gallagher

Out of all the loanees this season, Conor Gallagher has been the most impressive during his time at Charlton Athletic and Swansea City.

The 19-year-old is aiming for Championship promotion this season with the Swans and has proved himself as a good goalscoring midfielder.

Lampard has been looking for more goals from his players in the final third, and Gallagher as a real chance to be a decent box-to-box player for the Blues.

He will get his chance during pre-season and hope to make an impression for next season.

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