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Now that they have no money for nothing, Chelsea and their strategy to obtain the gem of Spanish soccer

Chelsea qualified for the Champions League after beating Leeds United on matchday 36 of the Premier League.

Chelsea has an ace up its sleeve to sign this player.
Chelsea has an ace up its sleeve to sign this player.

Chelsea managed to qualify for the Champions League after beating Leeds United 0-3 away. With this victory, Thomas Tuchel's side is now in third place, which suits them well, as they will get prize money for finishing among the top of the Premier League, in addition to securing their qualification to Europe's most important competition.

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However, it is not all plain sailing for the Blues, who have suffered a lot this season due to off-field situations, when the British government decided to freeze Roman Abramovich's assets for having alleged relations with Vladimir Putin, President of Russia, who started the war against Ukraine last February, which has not stopped so far.

As a result of this situation, Chelsea, which used to belong to the tycoon, went into crisis, since sanctions were imposed on it, such as not being able to negotiate with its players, neither buy, sell or renew contracts, in addition to the fact that it was not possible to attend the stadium unless you were a season ticket holder. All this damaged the team's finances and the future did not look good for the London team, however, Chelsea has already been sold and was acquired by Todd Boehly, partner also of the Dodgers, the Lakers, and the Celtics, among other teams.

What is the strategy to buy the player from Sevilla?

By qualifying for the Champions League, Chelsea will have a large income from finishing third in the Premier League (if Arsenal does not overtake them by the end of the season), which will be in the region of £140-150 million, as it comes from domestic TV rights and overseas TV rights.

With this money, they will go all out for Joules Koundé, a French player who plays for Sevilla and who was already wanted by Chelsea since last season but Monchi's club did not want to let him go.

The Frenchman will be a reinforcement to cover Rudiger's departure mainly, although Azplilicueta and Christensen will also leave the Blues. Koundé costs approximately 60 million euros, so, with the money obtained for qualifying for the Champions League, it is more than enough for him to join the Blues.

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