Chelsea made the news in the previous transfer market, due to the surprising reinforcements it made. However, the results were not as expected, so he will bet again on the summer market. The London team, will once again be the great cheerleader of the transfer market as soon as it opens next summer as they have a huge budget to spend on the transfers.
Thomas Tuchel, their Mister, considers to reinforce his squad. The intention of the club is to shake up the market again to get hold of the most powerful players and thus try to regain their best days in both the Premier League and the Champions League. As it transpired, the London team will once again have a huge budget in the next summer market to try to incorporate top level players. So much so, that 300 million euros will be what Thomas Tuchel has to sign the footballer he wants.
The top Russian shareholder, Roman Abramovich, wants to shake the market again as he did last year when he was the club that spent the most, signing players like Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech, Thiago Silva or Kai Havertz, among others. In this way, Chelsea once again becomes the rival to beat and if any of the great clubs in Europe coincide with him on any objective, they will undoubtedly have the chance to lose. In addition, this budget is not conditioned to enter the Champions League, if they do not enter, they will also have this enormous amount for signings.
The Russian tycoon Abramovich has already given the green light to his sports management to try to get the signing of Erling Haaland, current Borussia Dortmund player, which could cost about 75 million euros. The Norwegian footballer is the great objective of the great clubs of the planet so there will be a lot of competition. However, this huge budget that the Stamford Bridge team has at its disposal will make him one of the best placed to win his signing.
How much did Chelsea spend on the last transfer market?
Chelsea made headlines in the last transfer market, for the money invested in renovating their roster. It is that it really hit the mark with almost $ 300 million spent on hiring. The idea of the owners of the Blues was to supply coach Frank Lampard with all his orders to fight on all fronts. Londoners recorded the most sought-after transfer of the postponed European window: they bought German midfielder Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen for $ 94 million.