Tabloid details how Chelsea can raise £300m in player sales this summer

Chelsea could raise almost £300million by selling 10 players with the Blues reportedly set for a major clear-out this summer as they look to comply with the Premier League‘s Profit and Sustainability Rules (PSR).

This is according to a report from The Daily Mail this week, and they go on to detail exactly how Chelsea can raise such a huge figure.

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They have named the following players and fees that they could fetch, should they be sold in the summer before the end of June to comply with the financial regulations.

  • Conor Gallagher: £50m
  • Raheem Sterling: £50m
  • Romelu Lukaku: £37m
  • Kepa Arrizabalaga: £35m
  • Ian Maatsen: £35m
  • Lewis Hall: £27m
  • Armando Broja: £13m
  • Trevoh Chalobah: £13m
  • Marc Cucurella: £13m
  • Hakim Ziyech: £10m

I don’t think that these are even too unrealistic either and many of these sales are fairly doable and likely to happen.

Chelsea will then have more leeway for more new arrivals at the end of the season!

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  1. You really think these sums are realistic???

    Only the Saudis would be willing to pay 50m for Sterling, lol! Anyone else is going to laugh at that price tag given his age and his, let’s face it, rather inconsistent form for us.

    As for Lukaku and Kepa, the Saudis are again about the only ones willing to fork out that kind of money. While Lukaku has shown signs that he still has a fair few goals left in him, it’s hard to see anyone forking out that kind of money on a keeper who’s never proven himself to be much more than average. I mean, we got Petrovic at a fraction of the price quoted here for Kepa and, while the Serb is not (as yet) world class, he’s AT LEAST as serviceable as the Spaniard.

    To me, the only ones on this list that might fetch the prices listed are the youngsters like Gallagher and Maatsen. Chalobah maybe as well, and Hall if that’s the buy-on number that was built into the Newcastle deal, but I have my doubts about Broja since he’s not been in a position to show what he can do.

    1. I’ve supported Chelsea for Over 50years and Raheem Sterling is without doubt one of our worst ever signings given what we pay him. I can’t unway Tuchel bought him or why Poch continues to select him. Sterling is lazy and selfish ,makes awful decisions, is too lightweight, doesn’t press or track back and he is gutless.

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