Chelsea co-owner Todd Boehly was ambitious in his spending during the first transfer window he controlled, signing nine players during the window.
The club spent the most during this transfer window and spent the most money on a club during a transfer window in its history, demonstrating the new owner’s intent.
Now they want to buy a striker for big money and have brought in two players until the summer of 2023 to bring in a man who can build up their attack.
The Blues have decided on Rafael Leao from AC Milan and Christopher Nkunku from RB Leipzig, and now they have to decide who to look for in next year’s summer window.
Nkunku is another player that Chelsea want and it was reported in Germany that he attended a medical earlier this week as part of the process of moving to Stamford Bridge in the future.
The Frenchman was named Bundesliga player of the season last season and has started this season well, with a release clause of a lowly £53 million after signing a new contract in the summer.
At the moment it seems more likely that Nkunku moves to Chelsea due to the low price, but the Blues need to act quickly as interest in him is extremely high.
The player is also being followed by Real Madrid and Manchester United, who may be tempted to buy him.