Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has told the Blues to sign Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette and Valencia left-back Jose Luis Gaya if he commits to penning a new deal with the club.
Reports suggest the Portuguese coach is keen to be backed with even more funds to spend in the transfer market if he signs on until 2019 at Stamford Bridge.
Although Chelsea already have one of the best squads in Europe after winning the Premier League title this season, Mourinho clearly feels there is more room for improvement in a number of areas.
Lacazette would certainly be a more reliable option upfront than the injury-prone pairing of Diego Costa and Loic Remy, while Gaya could be a better option to compete with Cesar Azpilicueta than Filipe Luis.
According to The Sun, these players are Mourinho’s main two targets to improve his squad even further for next season to win even more trophies.