Chelsea football club could potentially sell a dozen players as they free up space in the squad for even more signings.
Since Todd Boehly took the reigns at the London club last year he has decided to invest a serious amount of cash to boost their transfer recruitment.
The club has spent over £600 million over the past two transfer windows and is reportedly planning on investing in more players in the summer.
But the club is already overflowing with players and according to transfer expert Graeme Bailey, the club is planning on selling almost a dozen individuals.
“Yes there is going to be lots of incomings again at Chelsea this summer, we know that – but the exits are going to be as fascinating. There could easily be up to a dozen players leave, depending on who else arrives.” he told TeamTalk.
“One of the big names is set to be Kalidou Koulibaly – the Senegalese star was one of the first signings of the Todd Boehly-Clearwater era, and most in football saw it as a nailed-on solid signing, there were not many in football pushing back on his £30m arrival from Napoli.
“For years Koulibaly had been linked with a move to England, he appeared well set to make it in the Premier League. But the soon-to-be 32-year-old has not settled into life in West London – he has not performed, Chelsea have not performed – it has not been good.”