Chelsea face Cesc dilemma after good transfer window

Chelsea face Cesc dilemma after good transfer window

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2016 summer transfer window has slammed shut, and teams have made notable and significant changes from last season in the already ongoing 2016/2017 Premier League season, albeit the international break it has been quite an electric start for the two Manchester clubs and of course Chelsea who all lead by 9 points.

During the course of the transfer windows there were some good signings by Chelsea in the form of Michy Batshuayi from Olympique de Marseille and N’Golo Kante from current Premier League champions Leicester City as well as two notable deadline signings in Fiorentina’s left back Marcos Alonso and and most notably yet sensational return of former blue David Luiz which raised a few eyebrows with some greeting it with criticism and others skeptic about the transfer but the reactions have been the exact opposite with the fans,since he’s a “fans favorite” in his first spell,so it’s no surprise he’s been received with an opened hand by the fans. But irrespective of what’s being said or speculated only time will tell if the signings make the desired impact this season.

Then we have the Cesc Fabregas dilemma, that has been a blight in an otherwise good start for Chelsea ,with the fans calling for him to start games because his creativity is being wasted on the bench and the rumors were making the waves around during the summer transfer window about his proposed move to Spanish giants Real Madrid but the spaniard has come out bluntly to deny such and even claimed to have a fantastic relationship with BLues boss Antonio Conte also stating that he has Fabregas in his plans, but it is yet to be seen where Spaniard will be deployed as the season unfolds but only time will tell.

Unfortunately he inclusion of Kenedy and Matt Miazga to the club loan army stronghold with both joining Watford and Vitesse Arnhem respectively while Michael Hector joined Eintracht Frankfurt earlier,only the best can be wished to them while we are optimistic of the performances at the end of the season and hope they garner the expected experience and improvement.