Chelsea manager Frank Lampard is targeting two new additions in this winter transfer market according to Transfer Window Podcast presenter Ian McGarry.
The Blues have been given the permission to resume transfer activities after they were cleared by CAS (Court of Arbitration for Sports) partially.
They had already served a transfer ban for one window last summer before the CAS ruling in December which reduced their FIFA transfer ban from two windows to just one.
Frank Lampard has been able to lead Chelsea to the top four in the Premier League and they are on course to return to the Champions League next season.
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The Blues have a four-point lead over Manchester United in fifth place as only the top four teams will qualify for the competition.
Chelsea also face a potentially difficult Champions League last 16 clash with German Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich.
For now, Lampard wants new signings in defence and attack.
It was revealed that Chelsea are on the lookout for a central striker and a center-back.
The Blues have already asked for Brighton and Hove Albion defender Lewis Dunk over a potential £50m swoop, while they were unsuccessful in pursuit of Lyon striker Moussa Dembele.