Todd Boelli and Clearlake Capital took over the club in May 2022, and since then spent close to £600 million on 17 players in a short period of time.
In fact, Boelli bought enough players to build a solid best 11. Over the past two transfer windows, Chelsea have embarked on a complete rebuild, signing 17 players.
Gary Neville described Chelsea’s move as ‘random’. Chelsea have a thick depth across all positions due to this recruitment policy.
However, some of these signings have fetched significant sums, which has led to questions about how Chelsea adhere to financial fair play (FFP) within the rules. When signing a contract, Chelsea made sure that it does not deviate from the FFP through a specific method, and the ‘long-term contract’ is representative.
Nevertheless, Chelsea spent an amount of £588 million (approximately 888.7 billion won) through just two transfer windows. Even Christopher Nkunku, who was confirmed to join the summer after incurring a transfer fee of 53 million pounds (approximately 80.1 billion won), was not included in this list.
more in winter than in summer. Chelsea spent 319.5 million pounds (about 482.9 billion won) in January alone, which is half of the entire English Premier League (EPL) spending.
The most expensive signing was Enzo Fernandez. The transfer was completed at the deadline of the transfer market in January, and an astronomical amount of 107 million pounds (approximately 161.7 billion won) occurred. This is the most expensive transfer fee in EPL history.
Other players are by no means cheap. 88 million pounds (approximately 132.9 billion won) was spent just to bring Mudrik to Mikhailo, and Wesley Popana, Mark Cucurella, and Raheem Sterling also recorded transfer fees of more than 50 million pounds (approximately 75.5 billion won) each. He also paid cash for the loans of João Felix and Denis Zaccaria. 카지노
Investing in young players continued. It cost £17.5 million (about 26.4 billion won) to recruit Cesare Casadei. He hasn’t even debuted in the first team yet. The acquisition of Malo Gusto also cost 31 million pounds (approximately 46.8 billion won), and he will spend the rest of this season on loan at Olympique Lyonnais.