4-3-3: How Chelsea could line up after £210m transfer outlay in January

Due to a forthcoming FIFA implementation of a reported four window ban on Chelsea for signing under age foreign players, the club is hoping to use the January transfer window to cushion any effect it might have by signing a couple of solid player.

One of the player mooted for a possible January transfer is Juventus Brazilian left back Alex Sandro. The 27-year-old player is rated at £50m and his capture will be an immense improvement to the defence.

Another player that may likely join the Chelsea ranks is Borussia Dortmund American star, Christian Pulisic. The 21-year-old attacking midfielder is somewhat a replacement for Eden Hazard whose reported rumours to Real Madrid seem unending. The capture of the sensational youngster will come at a cost of around £70m.

The Blues may also consider the need to sign a right back following the surprising inconsistent display by a rather usually consistent Cesar Azpilicueta this season, especially in the matches against Crystal Palace and Everton.

His replacement might be Elseid Hysaj, who currently plies his trade at right back with Napoli – former club of current Chelsea manager.

In addition, Nathan Ake who left Chelsea for a permanent move to Bournemouth is having an impressive season after garnering a myriad of reviews from fans and analyst.

Chelsea might bring him in to pair Rudiger that way activating the players buy back clause of £40m.

With this projected signings, the Blues first team might look like this: