After a dismal 2022–23 season in which the Blues failed to qualify for any European competition, Chelsea football club is currently going through a transition period. Chelsea came in at No. 12 in the league standings, only 10 points above the drop zone. Chelsea is now prepared to turn things around next season in order to regain their former glory after suffering through one of the worst seasons since the club’s existence.
Hopefully, Mauricio Pochettino will turn around the team and return it to its rightful place as one of the top teams in Europe. This summer, Pochettino oversaw a wave of deals that saw at least five Chelsea players leave Stamford Bridge. While Mendy, N’Golo Kante, Koulibaly, and Ziyech relocated to Saudi Arabia, players like Kai Havertz, Kovacic, and Mason Mount joined English teams.
Chelsea, despite selling, is also buying. The Blues have confirmed three acquisitions this summer, with Nicholas Jackson and Christopher Nkunku scheduled to join the team in the forthcoming pre-season, and Ecuadorian youngster Paez set to join in 2025, when he must have reached the age of 18. Chelsea is now in charge of more sales than purchases.
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Despite the fact that they have apparently initiated conversations with Moises Caicedo and his agent regarding a prospective move to Stamford Bridge following the sale of Mason Mount to Manchester United. Although they might now pursue and sign him, the club requires more quality and experience signings to assist speed up the rebuilding process.