Guardiola let him go and now he regrets it, the money Manchester City lost for the sale of Cole Palmer

Pep Guardiola and Manchester City lost a gem in Cole Palmer, who is shining for Chelsea.

Pep Guardiola in agony during a Manchester City game.

Pep Guardiola and Manchester City have reportedly lost out on $74.3 million on Cole Palmer since he left the club to join Chelsea last summer. The English attacking midfielder has shined for Chelsea this season and has been their best player so far. Palmer joined Chelsea from Manchester City for nearly $50 million, but due to his amazing performances this season, his market value is now worth $124.2 million, according to CIES Football. Chelsea's player is in the top 5 of the biggest increase in market value this season.

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Palmer now has 20 Premier League goals this season for Chelsea after he scored four goals against Everton in Chelsea's 6-0 win at Stamford Bridge. Palmer scored a hat-trick in the first half in under 30 minutes. He is now equal to Manchester City's Erling Haaland as the top goalscorer of the Premier League and is now equal to the player with the most goal contributions this season, with 29. Chelsea's star has 20 goals and nine assists.

Palmer broke records with his poker this game as he became the first-ever Chelsea player to score in seven successive Premier League appearances at Stamford Bridge. He has ten goals and three assists in the last six games for Chelsea. Palmer also becomes the first Chelsea player to score four goals in a single Premier League match since Frank Lampard in March 2010.

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Chelsea get closer to Manchester United on the Premier League table

Chelsea's 6-0 win over Everton today puts them 9th in the Premier League table with 47 points. With a game in hand, Chelsea is three points behind Manchester United, who are 7th with 50 points. The Blues could take 7th if they win their game in hand.

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