These are both exciting and crucial times for Chelsea Football Club.
The Blues, who have enjoyed a solid first campaign under the stewardship of club legend Frank Lampard, will conclude their 2019/20 Premier League campaign on Sunday afternoon when they welcome Wolverhampton Wanderers to Stamford Bridge.
After 37 league outings, the Blues require just one point from their final Premier League game of the season to secure themselves a top-four finish and a place in next season’s Uefa Champions League.
Defeat for Lampard’s side at home to Europa League hopefuls Wolves, though, could see them fall out of the top-four all together if Leicester City better their result against Manchester United.
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Whatever happens on Sunday afternoon, Chelsea still have the chance of securing two pieces of silverware before the curtain eventually falls on the 2019/20 campaign, with the club still alive and kicking in both the FA Cup and Champions League.
Next weekend, Chelsea face Arsenal at Wembley in the FA Cup Final, which will present Lampard with the chance to win his first trophy of his managerial career, whilst the they also still have the prospect of winning the Champions League for the second time in their history next month, even though it would take some turnaround against Bayern Munich to keep that dream alive.
But whatever happens over the coming weeks, Chelsea and their supporters know that they can look forward to the start of next season, which will kick-off in mid-September, with a great deal of excitement and optimism.
That is because the Blues have been splashing the cash in the transfer market in an attempt to turn themselves back into genuine title contenders ahead of next season.
Though the transfer window is yet to officially open in England, Chelsea have already secured deals for…