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Chelsea could loan out six and sell ten this summer as Boehly dumps £210 million worth of *talent*.



Chelsea will loan out six players and sell ten this summer, resulting in a £210 million loss of quality. We will review the entire Chelsea squad and recommend who should be sold, kept, or loaned out.

We didn’t bother with the loan component for our Arsenal and Manchester United counterparts because their squads aren’t as bloated with Football Manager wonderkids. Read those after this, of course.

Robert Sanchez-Sell
This may be little controversial, but he is fairly average at everything and makes an error in every game. Chelsea has too many goalkeepers, so moving Robert Sanchez makes sense.

Djordje Petrovic: Keep
Djordje Petrovic wowed me more than Sanchez last season. That’s all.

Marcus Bettinelli is there to make up the numbers, and we are fine with that.

Bergstrom is unlikely to ever become Chelsea’s number one player. Sell him now or lend him to try to increase his worth.

Gabriel Slonina-Sell
Slonina joined Chelsea from MLS team Chicago Fire in 2022 and was loaned to Belgian side Eupen last August. This was a completely worthless signing, given their other ex-MLS goalkeeper, Petrovic, is substantially superior.

Kepa Arrizabalaga-Sell
That’s correct, a sixth goalkeeper. Kepa remains the most expensive goalkeeper in history, but he has never proven his worth on the pitch. It’s time to say goodbye forever after his loan at Real Madrid in 2023/24.

Reece James: Keep
Reece James may be prone to injury, but he is still Chelsea’s captain, and the club should maintain some of its homegrown players rather than selling them all.

At his best, James is one of the world’s top right-backs, but we never get to see him at his best since he is constantly injured. Hopefully, he will be able to resume his career next season.


Malo Gusto, signed by Chelsea in January, has benefited from James’ injury difficulties and has featured extensively.

Despite an unimpressive start, the Frenchman has shown lots of promise.

Malang Sarr-Sell

This guy is somehow under contract with Chelsea until 2025. It’s time to cut ties.

Benoit Badiashile: Keep

Since arriving in Monaco, I’ve experienced both hot and cold weather. We like his potential and don’t see the sense in selling him.

Axel Disasi: Keep

To be honest, Disasi is no exception. It’s difficult to say which ex-Monaco player has better potential because our opinion shifts almost every time we watch them.

Evi Colwill – Keep
It is a no-brainer to keep Levi Colwill with the club. He would represent an incredible amount of pure profit, and Bayern Munich is apparently interested, but Chelsea would be shooting themselves in the foot if they sold the man they worked so hard to successfully sign to a new contract last summer.

Trevoh Chalobah – Sell
Unfortunately, the club’s large number of centre-backs (with Tosin Adarabioyo on the way), combined with the fact that Colwill is far superior, make selling Trevoh ‘pure profit’ Chalobah a no-brainer. He is a really decent player and will perform well wherever he goes.

Alfie Gilchrist – Loan
Young Alfie Gilchrist played a little last season, but at his age, he should be playing more. A Championship loan should benefit everybody involved. Leeds United are apparently considering the prospect.

Wesley Fofana – Keep
This will be a big season for Wesley Fofana, who needs to recover from yet another devastating injury. We believe he belongs in Chelsea’s best XI and has enormous potential.

Ben Chilwell – Keep Meh. Nobody would begrudge Chelsea for selling Ben Chilwell. With Ian Maatsen traded and the club spending £100 million on left-backs, it appears like Chelsea will not make much of an improvement in Chilwell’s position.

Marc Cucurella: Keep
Marc Cucurella, who accounts for the majority of the £100 million, had a strong 23/24 season under Mauricio Pochettino – and was one of the most unhappy over his dismissal after demonstrating an inability to play football the previous year.

Ian Maatsen – Being Sold
As previously stated, Aston Villa is signing Maatsen from Chelsea for roughly £40 million, which has raised no eyebrows, with Omari Kellyman heading the opposite way.

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