DEVASTATING NEWS: coming live from Fabrizio Romano, Chelsea’s ability to meet Profit and Sustainability rules is now in doubt, meaning that they need to make a quickfire sale in the upcoming transfer window and this see top superstars leave during the summer.


Chelsea’s ability to comply with Profit and Sustainability regulations has come under scrutiny, raising the possibility of a hurried sale in the upcoming transfer window. The Telegraph has reported a significant loss of £90.1 million before tax for the 12-month period ending June 30, 2023. It’s now suggested that Chelsea may need to offload £100 million worth of talent to adhere to regulations. While Chelsea has asserted that their finances are in order, Premier League rivals doubt the veracity of these claims.

During the Boehly era, Chelsea has invested heavily in acquiring talent, spending over £1 billion on players like Raheem Sterling, Mykhailo Mudryk, Enzo Fernandez, and Moises Caicedo. Notably, FootballTransfers revealed Fernandez’s openness to a move away from the club. With the current Profit and Sustainability Rules of the Premier League allowing clubs to incur losses of up to £105 million over a three-year period, Chelsea is approaching this limit, necessitating player sales to avoid breaching regulations.

Footballwave has identified several players who could be moved on in the upcoming transfer window. Armando Broja has been linked with a departure for the past few years, with Wolves and Fulham expressing interest. Chelsea values the 22-year-old striker at around £40 million, and he is contracted until 2028. Marc Cucurella, acquired from Brighton for £62 million in 2022, has struggled to meet expectations. Currently sidelined due to ankle surgery, Chelsea is unlikely to recoup a significant portion of his initial fee, with FootballTransfers estimating his value at around £28 million.

Homegrown player Trevoh Chalobah has also been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge, with the club valuing him at around £25 million. Conor Gallagher, another homegrown talent, attracted interest from Tottenham last year, but the 23-year-old opted to stay with Chelsea. The Blues are reportedly seeking around £50 million for Gallagher, who is under contract until 2025.

Despite being Chelsea’s record signing, Romelu Lukaku has struggled to make an impact and is currently on loan at AS Roma. With his contract until 2026, Lukaku could fetch around £35 million for the club. Raheem Sterling, signed for £47.5 million, has failed to justify his price tag, and Chelsea could expect approximately half that amount for the 30-year-old attacker.

Mykhailo Mudryk, Chelsea’s expensive acquisition from Shakhtar Donetsk, has failed to impress, making him difficult to sell despite Arsenal’s rumored interest. With little chance of a deal being struck, Chelsea faces challenges in offloading Mudryk, highlighting their financial predicament.

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