Chelsea's striker issue can be easily solved - and it doesn't require any expensive signings

Chelsea head coach Graham Potter speaks during a press conference at the club's training ground on 3 March, 2023 in Stoke d'Abernon, Surrey, United Kingdom.
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As Chelsea begin to plan for next season after a torrid campaign in the Premier League - where they currently sit tenth behind the likes of Brighton, Fulham and Brentford - the obvious question is what areas of the pitch the Blues can improve upon to challenge for top honours again. 

Despite having spent nearly £600 million in the past two transfer windows on 17 players, though, Chelsea are devoid of a top striker to score goals. Indeed, Kai Havertz is the side's top scorer in all competitions with just eight goal, while Raheem Sterling the only other player in the squad with more than three strikes.

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