After a euphoric end to the season, Chelsea will have the joint distinction with Manchester City to have the most representatives at Euro 2020.
In total, 15 Chelsea players are set to feature in the tournament, but it’s not just their own players Chelsea fans should be keeping an eye on.
Despite winning the Champions League, Thomas Tuchel‘s Blues are likely to invest heavily in the transfer window again this summer and they could land some of hidden gems at Euro 2020 from the clutches of their Premier League rivals.
With that in mind, we take a look at three players Chelsea fans should keep an eye on during the tournament.
Arsenal are thought to be heavily interested in the Swedish striker who could have a break through tournament at this summer’s competition.
For those reasons, Chelsea should be keeping the 21-year-old on their radar too. Especially with the possible departures of Olivier Giroud and Tammy Abraham.
Isak netted 17 times in 34 La Liga appearances. He is quick, agile and excellent on the ball and would be well suited to Tuchel’s style of play.
If the Blues can’t secure Erling Haaland’s signature this summer, Isak could be a smart alternative purchase.
The 18-year-old centre-back has enjoyed a remarkable breakthrough campaign for both club and country this season and has firmly established himself as first choice for the Ukrainian national team who are expected to do well at Euro 2020.
A composed and solid defender who reads the game astutely Chelsea have been linked with the centre-back and a strong performance at this summer’s tournament could only reaffirm their interest.
Unbeaten for his country in four games in 2021, including a draw with France, Zabarnyi has proved himself against high profile opponents this season and even caught the eye in the Champions League group stages against Juventus and Barcelona.
Chelsea are excellent at spotting talent early and snapping them up before anyone else does and it would not be a surprise if the club’s scouts are already keeping track of Poland’s 17-year-old midfielder.
Kozlowski will be the youngest player at the tournament, almost three months younger than England’s Jude Bellingham.
And he has earned his call-up on merit after some solid displays in the Polish Ekstraklasa.
The summer window is officially open and now the Blues can look to build on European glory and bolster the squad to push for Premier League supremacy.
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Dubbed as the Polish Paul Pogba by Goal, Kozlowski is an excellent box-to-box midfielder with a great eye for a pass and the physical ability to succeed at a higher level should the opportunity arise.
He is unlikely to start for Poland but should he feature, he will become the youngest player in the tournament’s history.
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