- Christian Pulisic believes Chelsea's new recruits can help the club compete for titles
- Pulisic noted the Blues now have a mix of young talent and experienced players who can fire the side to glory
- The Blues have managed just seven points from four matches they have played this season to sit seventh on the charts
Christian Pulisic believes Chelsea can successfully challenge for both the Premier League and the Champions League this season after the club spent over £200 million on new signings.
The Blues were the most active among the top six teams in the league, with the club sealing a number of deals.
The west London side completed seven major transfers for Hakim Ziyech, Kai Havertz, Malang Sarr, Édouard Mendy, Ben Chilwell, Timo Werner and Thiago Silva.
Despite the arrivals, Chelsea have had a mixed start to the season, picking just seven points from four matches.
However, Pulisic has exuded confidence his side has an edge over other clubs and have a better squad depth than they had last season.
And when asked if he felt winning titles is a realistic goal for Chelsea, the winger who inherited the no.10 jersey said that remains the club's target.
The American told CBS Sports.
"Chelsea is a club with a lot of history that always wants to compete and win titles.
"Our goal is to finish at the highest standing in the Premier League and win every trophy available, Champions League included," he added.
Last season, the Frank Lampard-tutored side finished fourth in the Premier League, managing the feat with a relatively young squad.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Hakim Ziyech has reportedly left his native country's camp Morocco to make an early return to Chelsea ahead of his Premier League debut.
The 27-year-old was introduced as a substitute during the Atlas Lions' 3-1 win over Senegal in an international friendly.
The former Ajax star is yet to make his full competitive debut for the west London club after suffering from a knee injury during a pre-season clash with Brighton.
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