The Blues spent big and brought in some serious talent.
After a big summer of spending, Chelsea’s new acquisitions will be taking centre stage all over the world this weekend, as the international period kicks off with earnest.
The highly rated Ghanaian winger will be facing Zambia World Cup qualifier, with the winner going through to the play-offs,
The £3.5m signing should start alongside former Sunderland striker Asmoah Gyan in the Black Stars line up.
Former Barcelona and Inter Milan striker Samuel Eto’o is one of the most highly regarded finishers in the world.
The forward transferred to Chelsea from Russian side Anzi Makhachkala – astonishingly on a free transfer.
Cameroon face Libya on Sunday, with Eto’o, thought of by many to be the greatest African footballer of all time, assured to play a starring role for the Indomitable Lions
Cameroon have reached the finals in five of the last six World Cups and after being gifted points by Togo, need just a draw against Libya to ensure they finish top of the group.
The veteran Aussie shot stopper, though unlikely to feature much for his club side, will be between the sticks for his team’s trip to Brazil on Saturday.
The former Fulham and Middlesbrough man, now 40, has 108 caps for Australia in a career spanning 20 years.
The 22-year-old winger should feature in Germany’s match against Austria, as the home side are without Bastian Schweinsteiger and Mario Goetze.
The youngster managed 18 goals for Bayer Leverkusen in his two years at the club, but with an overflow of midfield mastery at the Bridge, may find it hard to establish a regular spot for the Blues.
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