Now there are unlikely to be any more eight-year contracts with Chelsea

Now there are unlikely to be any more eight-year contracts with Chelsea

Player procurement under Todd Buhle

From summer 2022 until today.

Moises Caicedo, £115 million – Brighton
Enzo Fernandes, £107m – Benfica
Myhalo Modric 88 million pounds – Shakhtar Donetsk
Wesley Fofana – £72 million – Leicester City
Mark Cucurella £58 million – Brighton
Romeo Lavia, £58 million – Southampton
Christopher Nkunku, £52 million – Leipzig
Raheem Sterling £50 million – Manchester City
– Cole Palmer, £42.5 million – Manchester City
Axel Disasi, £38.7 million – Monaco
Kalidou Koulibaly, 34 million pounds – Napoli
Benoit Badiashelli, £33.5 million – Monaco
– Nicholas Jackson 31.8 million pounds – Villarreal
Malo Giusto, £31 million – Lyon
Noni Madueke, £29 million – PSV Eindhoven
Robert Sanchez £25 million – Brighton
Leslie Ugochukwu £23.1m – Rennes
Cesare Casadei, £17.5 million – Inter Milan
David Washington 17.1 million pounds – Santos
Carne Chukwuemeka – £16 million – Aston Villa
Jordi Petrovic, £14m – New England Revolution
Angelo £12.9m – Santos
– Andre Santos 11 million pounds – Vasco da Gama
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, £10.5 million – Barcelona
– David Datro Fofana, 10.5 million pounds sterling – Molde
Joao Felix, loan (£9.5m) – Atletico Madrid
Gabriel Slonina – £8 million – Chicago Fire
Denis Zakaria, loan (£2.5 million) – Juventus
Diego Moreira – Benfica, free

source: Fourfour

The club also sacked Graham Potter, Frank Lampard temporarily, and Mauricio Pochettino permanently.

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