Inside Chelsea’s plan to create super 100-point team as Boehly and Eghbali target Sporting Lisbon as second feeder club

CHELSEA are plotting to create a super 100-point team.

And Todd Boehly could yet move to make Portuguese giant Sporting Lisbon his second feeder club.

GettyBehdad Eghbali and Todd Boehly plan on transforming Chelsea into a 100-point team[/caption]

AFPThere are plans afoot to make Portuguese giants Sporting Lisbon a new feeder club[/caption]

The Blues are into their second season under the American and fellow co-owner Behdad Eghbali, who took charge last year in a £4.25bn takeover from Roman Abramovich.

Their first term was an unmitigated disaster by any club’s books, with Chelsea working their way through FOUR pitch-side managers before settling on Mauricio Pochettino.

The Blues won just 11 league games as they finished 12th.

But Boehly and Eghbali won’t be too concerned for now as they continue following their blueprint to build a squad capable of reaching 100 points per season.

The duo are determined to turn Chelsea into the league’s dominant force.

They believe that by signing the best young talent now, they can foster and nurture a winning culture that will eventually result in a record-breaking side.

Only Manchester City have ever reached 100 points, achieving that feat in the 2017/18 season with 32 wins and just two defeats.

Chelsea are certainly showing they’re investing for the future, spending well over £1billion in just three windows to create a squad with an average age of just 23.

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Chelsea’s signings under the new regime

A source told the Telegraph: “[The owners are] continuously thinking about what that 100 point team looks like.

“And putting together the right players who will make that 100 point team.”

It now remains to be seen if Boehly and Eghbali have invested in the right stars, with players like Enzo Fernandez, Mykhailo Mudryk and Moises Caicedo not going anywhere soon with eight-year contracts.

In the meantime, Chelsea will continue to develop youngsters outside the first-team squad by potentially moving for another feeder team.

The Blues’ owners have already taken control of French side Strasbourg, loaning them Brazilian winger Angelo.

Chelsea went through four managers last season, including Graham PotterGetty Images – Getty

Mauricio Pochettino has been tasked with getting things rightGetty

And they now have European giants Sporting Lisbon in their sights, with the 19-time Portuguese league winners providing a bigger platform for youngsters to develop.

Chelsea also plan to match their growth on and off the pitch by upgrading Stamford Bridge.

The process has so far proved difficult due to its location and site size.

Should it prove untenable to expand Chelsea’s home since 1905, Boehly and Eghbali are not afraid to look elsewhere for a ground move.

The duo feel they “have an asset unlike any other in sport”, and plan to “maximise” all commercial aspects of the Chelsea brand.

For now, fans are hoping for an upturn in results ahead of Sunday’s clash with Bournemouth.

But considering the sizeable investment that’s already been made, it may take a while for the seeds to bear fruit.

Chelsea have spent big on players like Moises Caicedo, handing them long-term contractsAlamy

GettyThe Blues hope to upgrade Stamford Bridge but are willing to look for a new site[/caption]

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