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Billy Gilmour a regular, Jorginho departs – What Chelsea’s midfield could look like next season

One of the areas where Chelsea have been lauded is in the midfield position where the Blues have been strong during the campaign.

The Blues could well look to strengthen over the course of the transfer window, depending on when the seasons might finish and start again.

But does Frank Lampard need to make any additions to the midfield over the summer?

football.london takes a look here.

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Jorginho

Jorginho has moved on from just being ‘Maurizio Sarri’s guy’ and has been a big part of Lampard’s side, with the Blues boss making his vice-captain.

However, there are question marks about whether or not he will be the future of the club and if he will move on this summer.

The 28-year-old is being heavily linked with a switch back to Italy, even to be reunited with Sarri at Juventus.

The emergence of Billy Gilmour might mean that Jorginho’s role is moved down the list and potentially out this summer.

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Chelsea during the break

Mateo Kovacic

The Croatian made his move from Real Madrid permanent in the summer of 2019 and this season he has shown he can be a key member of the squad.

The 25-year-old is expected to be an important member for Lampard’s team and the Blues boss is a big fan of the midfielder and what he can become.

Next season, it’s expected Kovacic will take on more of a leadership role and will be seen as one of the more experienced players to help drive the team forward.

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N’Golo Kante

Still remains arguably Chelsea’s only world-class player, but the 2019/20 season has almost been one to forget for the World Cup winner.

Persistent injuries have cut his playing time dramatically and Lampard has been unable to get the consistent best out of the midfielder.

The question will be if the 29-year-old can really have those problems behind him in the future and that he…

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