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Chelsea tipped to sign Robert Lewandowski to battle Liverpool and Man City

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Chelsea should sign Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski to close the gap to Manchester City and Liverpool, according to Glen Johnson.

Chelsea are third in the Premier League, 16 points adrift of second-placed Liverpool, despite spending over £220million on strikers in the past few years.

"Former Chelsea defender Johnson thinks the situation represents an opportunity for Chelsea."For a club like Chelsea, I think they need to sign Robert Lewandowski," he told Lord Ping.

For his age and the possibility of the deal actually happening, I'd say Chelsea should sign Lewandowski.

"Chelsea obviously tried when they broke the bank for Romelu Lukaku and obviously [Erling] Haaland was the one they would have liked to have signed, but it was always going to be hard to trump Man City, Liverpool or a team like Real Madrid so he was unlikely going to end up at Chelsea."

"Getting to the level of Man City and Liverpool is so hard for anybody, but they need to be consistent. On their day, Chelsea can beat anyone but the consistency that's shown by Man City and Liverpool isn't easy."

"You need a big squad, you need players that are buying into what the manager is doing and you need a good set of 18 to 20 players, so Chelsea need to invest and make sure that everyone is on board with what the club is trying to achieve."

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