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Todd Boehly to offload 12 Chelsea players including some new signings next summer

Todd BoehlyDuring the fire sale that is going to happen at Chelsea, Todd Boehly will be able to kick out even the players who just joined the team over the summer.

The Blues are getting ready for another busy summer on the transfer market by planning to sell about a dozen players.

Since they bought west Londoners, the owners from the U.S. have paid a shocking £600 million in transfer fees. Chelsea just added eight January signings to their flurry of summer signings and brought World Cup winner Enzo Fernandez to Stamford Bridge and break their own transfer record.

Since the Blues are having a bad season and chances of qualifying for the UCL is slim, it is possible that there will be more churn, with new stars joining the club and several well-known players leaving through the exit door.

A transfer expert named Graeme Bailey just told TeamTalk that as many as 12 Chelsea players could be leaving the team. This includes Mason Mount and Kalidou Koulibaly.

We know that Chelsea will get a lot of new players this summer, but it will be interesting to see who leaves. Depending on who else shows up, as many as a dozen people may decide to leave.

“Kalidou Koulibaly is likely to be one of the big names. The Senegalese star was one of the first players to be brought in during the Todd Boehly era, and most people in football thought it was a solid buy.

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Koulibaly has been talked about going to England for a long time, and it looked like he would do well in the Premier League. But the soon-to-be 32-year-old has had to get used to life in West London, where neither he nor Chelsea have done well and where things haven’t been going well.Chelsea

At the moment, “a move in the summer is very likely, and it looks like going back to Italy is the most likely option.” Koulibaly continues to have a lot of respect in Serie A. Inter Milan is a team to watch because Milan needs more players. Skriniar has always been a good player, but he is leaving for no cost.

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