Signings in the January window are not the answer to getting the team back to winning ways according to Blues legend.
The Blues spent over €200M in the last summer window when most of the top European clubs were financially crippled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Chelsea have lost the last four of their six Premier League meetings and there have been talks of Frank Lampard getting sacked.
Chelsea legend Alan Hudson believes that the club should not look for any January transfer to solve their dreadful form in the Premier League.
“I agree it was a ‘walk in the park’ against a lower league team, to be expected,” said Hudson.
“The problem Frank has now is that this means nothing if you take into account the two performances that were not good enough (Arsenal and Manchester City), which if they had performed would have kept them right in there, therefore they would have given themselves a breather, instead the heat is on.”
“As for January signings, I think Roman (Abramovich) has given Frank enough money to get that front line sorted out but it hasn’t happened and the owner might be having second thoughts about both spending and whether Frank is the answer?”
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