Former Chelsea striker, Tony Cascarino, has singled out three Blues players who did not perform well this season.
Chelsea have faced a difficult campaign on and off the pitch.
The West London club have only gained eight points from their previous seven Premier League games.
And Cascarino has now highlighted Romelu Lukaku, Andreas Christensen and Timo Werner as players who have disappointed him the most this season. Speaking on talkSPORT, Cascarino said: “Christensen’s not played well in the second part of the season. (Antonio) Rudiger’s leaving. There always seems to be an issue.
“Watching Lukaku get two (on Saturday vs Wolves) would have been a relief for him, but Lukaku’s had a really bad season.
“You spend £100m on someone who has found it hard to even get into the team.”
Cascarino added: “Timo Werner’s not played well. (Kai) Havertz looks a decent player, but he doesn’t look like a regular goal scorer.
“Mason Mount’s their top goal scorer in the Premier League.”