Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino concedes the club are keen on making at least two more signings in the summer window.
The Argentine manager’s opening summer at Stamford Bridge has been chaotic, with close to £300m of outgoings & £300m of incomings.
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But, despite spending around £900million in the last three transfer windows, Chelsea’s squad looks light in attack.
Christopher Nkunku’s injury means Nicolas Jackson is the only fit recognised central forward in the team.
The Blues have struggled for goals in their opening two Premier League games, and Pochettino admits he wants another offensive player.
But the Chelsea boss also claims he wants another goalkeeper to compete with Roberto Sanchez after his arrival from Brighton.
‘We need at least one goalkeeper,’ said Pochettino.
‘We have good young goalkeepers, but they need time. And then we need one offensive player with the right profile.’