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Three ways Chelsea could line up after record spending spree under Todd Boehly

Three ways Chelsea could line up after record spending spree under Todd Boehly

Todd Boehly has been splashing the cash once again

During the summer transfer window, Chelsea have been spending big once again as they look to close the gap between themselves and the top four.

After what was a dreadful 22/23 season, Todd Boehly has got his chequebook out once again.

Earlier in the summer, the Blues signed the likes of Christopher Nkunku, Nicolas Jackson and Axel Disasi.

And they brought in players like Romeo Lavia, Moises Caicedo and Cole Palmer in recent weeks.

The Stamford Bridge club have spent over £1 billion in three transfer windows since Boehly took over the reigns at Chelsea.

As the transfer window edges closer to its conclusion, we have come up with three ways that Chelsea could line up for the rest of the season.

Formation 1: 3-4-3

Perhaps the most used formation at Chelsea in recent years, Mauricio Pochettino has also used this formation for the first three matches in the Premier League.

Caicedo and Enzo Fernandez will offer a balanced midfield for the wings back.

Whilst a front three of Nkunku, Raheem Sterling and Jackson will provide the goal threat.

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Formation 2: 4-3-3

In this formation, new record transfer Caicedo will be the sitting midfielder with Fernandez and new signing Palmer playing further ahead. The versatility of Palmer allows him to be utilised in different positions across the pitch.

Disasi will drop out as Thiago Silva and Levi Colwill are preferred.

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Formation 3: 4-2-3-1

This line up will be more attacking than the others as Palmer, Nkunku and Sterling will play in behind lone striker Jackson.

Caicedo will be the sitting midfielder alongside Fernandez.

The back four will stay the same as the previous line up.

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Pochettino will have an array of talents to choose from the bench including the likes of Lavia, Conor Gallagher, Noni Madueke and Mykhailo Mudryk.

Chelsea have so far collected four points out of nine in the Premier League. The Blues will be back in action this weekend as they take on Nottingham Forest at Stamford Bridge.

Featured Image Credit: Getty/Lineup Builder

Topics: Chelsea, Todd Boehly, Football, Mauricio Pochettino