Chelsea keep or sell ahead of January transfer window as Frank Lampard eyes changes

Chelsea may have splashed out in the summer but Frank Lampard is not done yet.

The Blues signed the likes of Ben Chilwell, Kai Havertz and Timo Werner in the transfer window with over £200m spent.

Lampard was given a huge transfer kitty after a year where the club could not spend after a ban.

But they are making up for lost time as the Stamford Bridge outfit chase a first Premier League title since 2017.

Declan Rice is top of the wish list while David Alaba is also wanted but the Blues may have to let some go to pay for them.

Here Daily Star Sport reveals who Chelsea should sell or keep this January transfer window.

Frank Lampard has some big choices to make
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Edouard Mendy : The Senegal international was signed in the summer and has markedly improved Chelsea’s defence. KEEP

Kepa Arrizabalaga : It has not worked out for Kepa, the world’s most expensive goalkeeper. Finding a suitor might be tough but the club should cut ties. SELL

Willy Caballero : A useful back-up option who is doing no harm by hanging around. Contract is up in the summer so might as well keep him. KEEP

Kepa has lost his first-team spot at Chelsea
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Kurt Zouma : Could potentially be the most important defender at the club due to his age. Lampard’s preferred Thiago Silva partner. KEEP

Thiago Silva : With talks over extending his contract, Chelsea will be doing all they can to keep him a little longer. KEEP

Andreas Christensen : There is no doubting the Dane’s ability but it does not appear that his long-term future is at Chelsea, though he may prove useful as a back-up option. KEEP

Antonio Rudiger : Was on the brink of leaving on deadline day and first-team chances have been limited. SELL

Fikayo Tomori : After breaking into the first-team last year, has been oddly left out this campaign. Still has potential. KEEP BUT LOAN

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