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Some Chelsea gamers remorse signing long-term contracts


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Chelsea have handed out longer contracts to gamers underneath Todd Boehly (Image: Getty)

Some Chelsea gamers inside Mauricio Pochettino’s squad remorse signing such long-term contracts on the membership, in line with experiences.

Since co-owner Todd Boehly took over from Roman Abramovich in Could 2022, the Blues have determined at hand out prolonged contracts to their new signings.

Mykhailo Mudryk, recruited in January 2023, was handed an eight-and-a-half-year contract after arriving at Stamford Bridge in a £88.5m deal from Shakhtar Donetsk.

Enzo Fernandez arrived in the identical switch window for £106.8m and was given the identical – together with his deal not expiring till 2031.

Summer season signings Moises Caicedo and Nicolas Jackson are additionally underneath contract till 2031 whereas Chelsea have 9 different performed tied down till 2030.

That features Robert Sanchez, Benoit Badiashile, Djordje Petrovic, Noni Madueke, Cole Palmer, Malo Gusto, Romeo Lavia, Lesley Ugochukwu and Deivid Washington.

In accordance with The Athletic, a few of Chelsea’s new arrivals have privately expressed remorse on the long-term contracts they’ve signed.

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Enzo Fernandez is certainly one of 4 stars underneath contract till 2031 (Image: Getty)

It’s thought that they don’t see the ‘grand venture’ that was bought to them within the first place.

Chelsea are massively struggling once more this season with the membership eleventh within the Premier League desk after 23 video games performed.

Head coach Pochettino is underneath enormous stress following Sunday’s 4-2 house defeat to Wolves with Jose Mourinho among the many favourites to exchange him.

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