Here is your Chelsea morning digest for Thursday, June 11.
Kai Havertz outlines his strongest position amid Chelsea transfer links
Blues transfer target Kai Havertz has opened up on which position he sees as his strongest, as reports linking him with a move to Stamford Bridge continue to mount.
The Bayer Leverkusen star, who has been in fine form since the Bundesliga made its return last month, is considered as one of the hottest young properties in European football and isn’t short of admirers.
Whilst Chelsea have been closely linked with a move for the Germany international, the likes of Liverpool and Manchester United have been as well.
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And in an interview with Marca back in November, the 21-year-old explained where he sees his best position, offering a detailed insight into just how he could link up with the likes of Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner at Stamford Bridge.
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Who should spearhead Chelsea’s attack when the Premier League resumes?
The Premier League’s return is now less than a week away and managers up and down the country will be putting the final touches to their preparations in the hope that their teams will hit the ground running following the coronavirus shutdown.
And for Blues head coach Frank Lampard it is no different. The Chelsea chief has a big decision to make when it comes to deciding who should lead his forward line for the clash with Aston Villa at Villa Park next Sunday.
Both Tammy Abraham and Olivier Giroud, who recently extended his Blues contract, will be chomping at the bit to impress Lampard and stake a claim for a regular starting berth for the remainder of the campaign.
Our Chelsea writers, Oliver Harbord and Alan Smith, have been debating it and you can read their verdicts on who they think Lampard should start with…