Sources: Chelsea ready to sanction a number of player exits this summer

Chelsea’s season may not be over, but attention is turning to the summer, with the transfer window drawing ever closer.

The Blue’s know they need to sell players this summer to help comply with Premier League profit and sustainability rules.

Conor Gallagher is one of the names expected to leave, and as of today sources claim no new contract has been offered to the England international, with the club seemingly intent on selling him for pure profit.

Gallagher isn’t the only player who could leave Stamford Bridge this summer, with sources stating the Blues would be prepared to listen to offers for Benoit Badiashile, who has interest from clubs in Italy.

Chelsea want to sign a new left back this summer, meaning Ben Chilwell or Marc Cucurella would need to leave this summer.

Sources add Chelsea would be prepared to listen to offers for either or both players.

The Blue’s tried to move Cucurella on last summer, but a loan move to Manchester United fell through, although if the right deal can be agreed it’s believed he will leave the club.

Chelsea are frustrated with Chilwell’s constant injuries and would be open to selling him, with sources adding it’s unlikely both left backs will be sold, with one expected to stay as competition/back-up.

Christopher Nkunku is the one player sources say Chelsea wouldn’t entertain selling, despite serious interest from Saudi Arabia.

Sources say Armando Broja is as good as gone, and the club are still trying to find a move away from Stamford Bridge for Romelu Lukaku.

This summer marks the fourth window of the reported four window plan we were told about, so it will be interesting to see what business is done, and whether the club deviate away from their recruitment policy, and add some much needed experience.


  1. Boahly you coward what are the ticket prices for next year and what consessions are you cancelling.

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