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Chelsea Faces Financial Pressure and the Need to Sell These Three Players

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Chelsea Faces Financial Pressure and the Need to Sell These Three Players

Former Manchester City financial advisor, Stefan Borson, has revealed that Chelsea must generate over £100 million in player sales to avoid a financial fair play (FFP) penalty from the Premier League.

This news comes in the wake of Everton and Nottingham Forest both being hit with points deductions this season for breaching FFP regulations.

The Premier League’s FFP regulations allow clubs to record a maximum loss of £105 million over a rolling three-year period, or £35 million each season.

Chelsea, however, has spent over £1 billion on new player signings since being purchased by Todd Boehly and Clearlake Capital in May 2022.

Borson believes that Chelsea could face a more severe punishment compared to Everton and Nottingham Forest.

He suggests that Chelsea must sell Conor Gallagher, Trevoh Chalobah, and Armando Broja before the FFP deadline on June 30.

Borson stated, “They have to find buyers for Trevoh Chalobah for £20 million, Armando Broja for £40 million, and Conor Gallagher for £50 million. It is those sort of deals that need to be done, and they all need to be done by June 30.”

This article was updated 4 weeks ago

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