Chelsea’s 2022/23 Transfer List Is An Example Of Exaggeration

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Here we show you all the transfers Chelsea has completed in 2022/23 season

Chelsea really went on a ‘player hunt’ this season and they didn’t stop until the final date of the January transfer window. It looked like the club owners were having fun signing new and talented players.

Their transfer amount this season has crossed the mark of €500 million. This means that Chelsea’s owners have spent half of what Pep Guardiola has spent as Manchester City’s manager since his debut for them.

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Let’s look at what players did Chelsea sign in summer transfer window.

Summer Window

PlayerNationalityPrevious clubFee
Wesley FofanaFranceLeicester City€80.4m
Marc CucurellaSpainBrighton & Hove Albion€65.3m
Raheem SterlingEnglandManchester City€56.2m
Kalidou KoulibalySenegalNapoli€38m
Carney ChukwuemekaEnglandAston Villa€18m
Pierre-Emerick AubameyangGabonBarcelona€12m
Gabriel SloninaUSAChicago Fire€9.1m
Denis ZakariaSwitzerlandJuventusLoan

Wesley Fofona became the fourth most expensive defender in the Premier League when Chelsea signed him for €80.4 million.

Raheem Sterling’s contract with Manchester City expired at the end of the 2021/22 season. The Blues didn’t lose the opportunity to sign the English winger for €56.2 million.

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Chelsea signed Aubameyang from Barcelona on the deadline day.

Winter Window (January)

PlayerNationalityPrevious clubFee
Mykhailo MudrykUkraineShakhtar Donetsk€70m
Benoît BadiashileFranceAS Monaco€38m
Noni MaduekeEnglandPSV Eindhoven€35m
Andrey SantosBrazilVasco da Gama€12.5m
David Datro FofanaIvory CoastMolde€12m
João FélixPortugalAtletico MadridLoan
Gabriel SloninaUSAChicago FireLoan returnee

The 2022/23 UEFA Champions League has shown us some really young and talented players. One of them is Mykhailo Mudryk who showed his worth in Shakhtar Donetsk, and of course Chelsea signed him as per their transfer list this season.

Mudryk has become the fastest player in the Premier League this season. He ran with an astonishing speed of 36.7 km/h in his debut game against Liverpool.

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