Chelsea have invested heavily, using some of the Eden Hazard and Alvaro Morata money as well as other cash, to buy Hakim Ziyech, Timo Werner, Ben Chilwell, Kai Havertz and sign Thiago Silva, once the world's highest paid defender, on a free.
Lampard revealed at his pre-match presser.
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has confirmed he will be without three of his summer signings for the trip to Brighton on Monday - with Hakim Ziyech, Thiago Silva and Ben Chilwell all out of contention.
"The really smart thing Liverpool have done I think is believe in their coach, believe in their system for a number of years", he said.
He told NBC Sport's Arlo White: "He has trained with us for the last [few] days since Wednesday and we play on Monday so I suppose I have to be a little bit careful going to Brighton".
Silva is yet to train with Chelsea after taking extra time to rest following Paris Saint-Germain's run to the Champions League final in August.
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A defence that conceded 54 Premier League goals last season has also been overhauled with the arrivals of England worldwide left-back Ben Chilwell and former Brazil captain Thiago Silva, while the spending spree is not complete with Edouard Mendy expected to join from Rennes in the coming days to solve a problem position in goal.
Despite the London club attempting to shift players to make space for their new signings, Tomori appears to have survived the axe for now. I know the expectations will be there, I won't hide away from that.
"My expectations are on a different level from past year because of the different situation", said Lampard.
Lampard has now given an update on the fitness of his side ahead of what may prove a new-look XI, including Pulisic who suffered a hamstring injury during the club's FA Cup final defeat to Arsenal last month. We hope we will improve.
"In lots of ways, I'm very fortunate".
Exciting German midfielder Kai Havertz is tipped for his first English Premier League start in a Chelsea shirt when they visit Brighton today.
"I've just got to focus on my team and help them get to the maximum level they can because if we don't do that it doesn't matter what Chelsea do, we're going to struggle".
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