Chelsea have already spent around $200 million in the January transfer window, more than all clubs in the top leagues of Spain, Italy, Germany and France combined.
The London team may not be finished yet.
The final day of the window could prove to be another busy day for Chelsea and its new American owner, with the club linked to the transfer of Benfica midfielder Enzo Fernandez and offloading Jorginho and Hakim Ziyech. I’m trying to balance the books by doing
Seven players arrived at Stamford Bridge this month, including Ukrainian winger Mihailo Mudrik on a deal worth around $108 million. And French centre-back Benoît Badiachir was $40 million.
This comes after Chelsea spent around $300 million in the European summer transfer market.is the first club under new owners led by Todd Boehly after purchasing the club for $2.5 billion in May.
Chelsea handed out new players to long-term contracts in a bid to allow the club to spread signing costs over the duration of the contract and adhere to financial fair play rules.
British media reported on Monday that Chelsea were prepared to pay a record £105m ($130m) British fee to bring in World Cup winner Fernandes in Argentina in December. It was reported that there is
Jorginho has been linked with a move to Premier League leaders Arsenal, while Ziyech is reportedly close to a loan move to Paris Saint-Germain.
Chelsea hope their recent spending will help the team move up the Premier League table. He is currently in 10th place, 10 points away from the top 4.
Other clubs that could be active are Tottenham, who are set to sign Spanish wing-back Pedro Polo from Portugal’s Sporting, and reportedly Jonjo Shelby from Newcastle and centre-back Felipe from Atletico Madrid. Nottingham Forest.
Manchester City may be looking to loan Portuguese full-back João Cancelo to Bayern Munich after falling out of favor.
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