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"Chelsea will make big-name signings" - Former Premier League star hints at busy summer for Blues


Chelsea will sign a number of top players during the summer transfer window according to former Everton midfielder Leon Osman.

The 36-year-old is convinced that the Blues will add strength and depth to Antonio Conte's squad as they will want to retain the Premier League title and fight for the Champions League.

"You would [expect them to bring in big names] certainly," he told on Sky Sports.

"With the money Chelsea can afford spend and with Conte's reputation, players will want to come and play for him.

"There will be a turnaround in players and I expect some big name signings, that's for sure.

"We will certainly see the champions get off to a good start.

"Chelsea will know they have a job to do, they will be going into the game realising that every game counts towards winning the Premier League and you can't afford any slip-ups.

"It's an opportunity for Chelsea [to start at home against Burnley and] to hit the ground running."

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