With a rocky start to the season for Frank Lampard and the Blues due to a number of reasons, it’s starting to look as if they are finally gelling together as a squad after so many additions to the squad over the summer. How far can this Chelsea squad go once it’s firing on all cylinders? Today we assess this.

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After such a busy transfer window, with multiple signings coming into the club, it’s not a surprise that it will take a couple weeks for the team to fully gel together and function at the quality that Frank Lampard requests out of them. The new signings have come from all over, different leagues, different positions and are all expected to be starters in the side and therefore for Lampard to implement his style on the group, it was always going to take time.

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They haven’t looked as solid since the restart of the Premier League with them leaking goals all over the pitch and not playing with the fluidity that was expected from the new signings. Timo Werner hasn’t scored as freely as he was in the Bundesliga and has taken some time to adjust to the Premier League. Also, Kai Havertz is also on the same wavelength of taking some time to adjust to the physicality of the Prem. Initially played out of position on the right wing, Havertz has started to look more natural in the central 10 position where he benefitted against Barnsley in the cup with is first senior hattrick.

Furthermore, Chelsea have struggled this season with the fitness of some of their new signings, with a lot of them signing half fit and/or injured. Hakim Ziyech picked up a knock in pre-season and his wing counterpart and Chelsea Player Of The Year last season Christian Pulisic out since the end of last season, their returns to the starting XI will be welcome by Frank as they have been missing the use of natural wingers in his side.

Finally, at the back the return of Ben Chilwell who looked excellent against Crystal Palace in his Premier League debut for the Blues, registering a goal and an assist has started to get Chelsea fans excited again. Adding Thiago Silva into the mix of experience too, we truly believe that this Chelsea side is going to look back to full strength after the international break.