Chelsea prepares to offload 7 surplus players after the end of the season. To open the way for new players to join the team.
American billionaire Todd Bohley, owner of Chelsea, the English Premier League giant club, is a kite. Preparing to release 7 players. Who are not in the plans for the team next season leaving Stamford Bridge to open the way for new players to join the team.
Reports say Bohley needs to deal with Chelsea’s financial situation urgently. To avoid breaching Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules after this season. “Indigo Blue Lion” spent more than 600 million pounds
Due to financial balance problems, combined with the fact that Chelsea perform poorly from the elimination of all football cup competitions And Lak ranks 11th in the Premier League table until the chance of missing a ticket to European football, causing Bohley to prepare for a major adjustment.
Kalidou Koulibaly, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Edouard Mendy, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Conor Gallagher, Hakim Zi. Yeke and
are among seven players who are reported to be released by Chelsea if the right offer is made.
Midfielders Mateo Kovacic and Mason Mount. Who have just one year left on contracts, are also in the running for potential releases.
Chelsea have spent over £600 million on transfers in the past two transfer markets since Todd Bohly took ownership of the club. Making it vulnerable to being audited financially. This needs to fixe before June 30 to prevent a ban from signing new players.
Recently reports that the Blues are preparing to sell seven players from the team this summer. To avoid breaking Financial Fair Play rules that may prevent them from buying new players to strengthen their army.