Every Chelsea transfer completed under Todd Boehly in 399m spend after Mykhailo Mudryk deal


Chelsea’s change of ownership was a scary time for many. Understandably so, too. After 19 years of Roman Abramovich as owner, the first new custodian at Stamford Bridge took charge, and for many young fans it was a move away from all that they had known at the club. That is without taking into account the effect it had on the club’s employees and the backdrop of the war in Ukraine, as well as the restrictions that were placed upon on the club after sanctions were imposed on Abramovich.

Chaos and trophies has been the mantra for much of the club’s last two decades and what was to come next needed to hit a very specific criteria for supporters. Not only a movement towards improving on the pitch after five seasons of league mediocrity and decline but also consistent performances during that.

The incoming of American group Clearlake Capital, backed by Todd Boehly, Hansjorg Wyss and other co-owners, worried some. The narrative surrounding clubs owned by businessmen from the USA hasn’t been positive in the last few years, with some supporters happier with funds coming from the Middle East.

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That was, in part, due to the almost guaranteed sustained money being pumped back into the club. Whereas the stereotype for American owners has become people looking to make a profit, state-owned clubs have heavily backed their sides with little regard for making money.

Since Boehly has been in charge at SW6 things haven’t gone how many would have predicted. Not only has the internal structure been ripped to pieces, Thomas Tuchel has been replaced and the club are mid-table in the Premier League. That isn’t down to a lack of investment, though. Chelsea have spent over £350m on new players for the men’s team alone.

The success on the pitch hasn’t come yet but the project being worked towards is clear for many to see, even if not everyone believes Graham Potter is the man to bring it. That being said, it’s not unfeasible that the team that kicks off the second season under Boehly is completely different to the one that he inherited.

Here, takes a look at all the deals that have led to this rapid overhaul of players.

Transfers in:
Wesley Fofana – £70m

Marc Cucurella – £60m

Raheem Sterling – £45m

Gabriel Slonina – £12m

Carney Chukwuemeka – £20m

Kalidou Koulibaly – £35m

Cesare Casadei – £20m

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – £10m

David Datro Fofana – £10m

Joao Felix – £10m (loan)

Benoit Badiashile – £35m

Mykhailo Mudryk – £62m

Andrey Santos – £10m

Transfers out:

Antonio Rudiger – End of contract

Andreas Christensen – End of contract

Timo Werner – £25m

Emerson Palmeiri – £12m

Billy Gilmour – £8m

Michy Batshuayi – £3m

Malang Sarr – Loan

Kenedy – £400,000

Charley Musonda – End of contract

Marcos Alonso – £5m

Matt Miazga – End of contract

Jake Clarke-Salter – End of contract

Callum Hudson-Odoi – Loan

Romelu Lukaku – Loan

Baba Rahman – Loan

Ethan Ampadu – Loan

Levi Colwill – Loan

Ross Barkley – End of contract


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