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Former Chelsea star reveals the only signing that can fire Chelses to next season Premier League Title



William Gallas had reveals the player Chelsea must sign a top-quality striker this summer transfer to fire them to Premier League title.

Gallas believes that Chelsea will be more superior over many English team next season and the blues will be the top contender in the race to next season Premier League Title.

William Gallas reckons that Chelsea will win more title if they secure a good striker this summer.

The Stamford Bridge outfits finished fourt on the Premier League table last season. Thomas Tuchel came in as a perfect replacement to take over from Frank Lamapard in January and has been briliant since his arrival.

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Thomas Tuchel led Chelsea to Uefa Champions League in Portugal last weekend in a touch class against Manchester City that ended 1-0, thanks to Kia Havertz first-half goal.

Thomas Tuchel will now stay focus and smart on the summer tranfer window as he will be giving a chance to decide the striker of hid choice.

William Gallas a former Chelsea defender have confidence that a top-class striker is all the blues need in this summer transfer window.

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William Gallas speaking to The Sun: “Chelsea have the best chance of winning the Premier League next season because of how they played in the Champions League, every team will be afraid.

“If Chelsea buy a world-class striker, they will win it. From those three, Chelsea have the best chance.”

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Chelsea last won the Premier League title in 2016-17 under Antonio Conte and will be Hoping to land the biggest English Trophy next season

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