The Stamford Bridge team has made sound decisions in advance of the planned personnel expansion
Following a disappointing season, Chelsea planned to liquidate the stars who performed below expectations while also adding personnel. The Stamford Bridge team understands that striking a balance between buying and selling will help them balance their finances while also preventing the salary fund from exceeding its limit.
The Blues loaned Romelu Lukaku back to Inter Milan at the start of the summer transfer window. The Belgian star rejoined Chelsea a year ago in a deal worth up to 113 million euros, but he only brought disappointment.
As a result, coach Thomas Tuchel immediately removed the “bomb” to create a premise for recruiting a more appropriate name.
In addition to Lukaku, the Chelsea striker will no longer be accompanied by Timo Werner. Following two disappointing seasons in the Premier League, the German striker returned to his hometown to rejoin RB Leipzig.
In terms of defense, despite the loss of two key players, Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rudiger, Chelsea are still willing to exclude Malang Sarr from the plan because the Frenchman does not fit the club’s playstyle. Sarr is expected to be loaned out to Monaco soon.
These are all considered wise moves from The Blues’ top management.
Earning approximately 20 million euros from the Werner deal, as well as a significant salary reduction, will assist Chelsea in reaching new heights.
The team at Stamford Bridge is still in the process of being upgraded. As a result, the abundance of salary funds combined with the determination of the new “team” may help The Blues acquire more quality signatures in the near future. After the trio of Raheem Sterling, Kalidou Koulibaly, and Marc Cucurella, Chelsea fans can expect more blockbusters.
Many rumors suggest that Chelsea wants to sign Benjamin Sesko, a player with a similar appearance and playstyle to Erling Haaland. They will have to wait until 2023, however, because Sesko recently extended a one-year contract with RB Salzburg.
Meanwhile, Chelsea has a bigger advantage than Manchester United in the Frenkie de Jong competition due to their participation in the Champions League, but the final decision is still up to the Dutch passer.
Mount’s income at Stamford Bridge currently does not exceed £ 90,000 per week, according to Spotrac data, and James receives approximately 58,000 per week. Given their roles and contributions to Chelsea, it is clear that these salaries are ‘ridiculous,’ and other big boys can completely ‘catch’ both with a level twice as high or higher.