Chelsea Football Club is willing to sell these 8 players from the Football Club.
1. Kepa Arrizabalaga
Despite joining for a record fee, Kepa Arrizabalaga has failed to take his game to another level.
Due to his constant errors in games, he is now the second choice behind Edouard Mendy for the Blues.
Getting his hefty wages off the books would give space for a new shot-stopper to come in.
2. Malang Sarr
Two seasons ago, the signing of Malang Sarr as a free agent made complete sense.
Despite a few decent performances, Lewit Colwill and Ethan Ampadu are returning to the club next summer and the excellent performances from Trevoh Chalobah makes Sarr’s involvement next season highly doubtful.
3. Saul Niguez
Saul Niguez joined Chelsea last summer on loan from Atletico Madrid and appeared to be a perfect fit due to his wealth of experience of playing and scoring in Champions League matches.
However, life in London has been really hard for the Spaniard, and there is no chance that the Stamford Bridge side will take up the transfer option at the end of the season.
4. Ross Barkley
Ross Barkley has the ability to succeed in the English top flight Championship, as he did at Everton.
But, the 28-year-old appears to be happy picking up a paycheck at the Stamford Bridge for little to no work.
So, thankfully for the Blues, his £110,000-a-week wages will come off the books this summer.
5. Timo Werner
In order to compete in the Premier League, Frank Lampard always chooses Timo Werner ahead of Tammy Abraham.
However, the Germany international struggled at the Stamford Bridge, and is still struggling. His time at the west London club is up.
6. Romelu Lukaku
In his two-year stint at Inter Milan, the Belgium international tore up the Italian top flight Championship.
As a result, the Belgian was brought in as the missing piece to Thomas Tuchel’s puzzle. Since returning to the club last summer from Inter, Romelu Lukaku’s goal-scoring prowess has disappeared in London and the sooner he leaves, the better for the Blues.
7. Christian Pulisic
Towards the end of the 2019-20 campaign under Frank Lampard, Christian Pulisic’s impressive form gave hope to Chelsea fans that Eden Hazard had been successfully replaced.
However, the American has become a shadow of his former self and has failed to developed enough ability to guarantee his place in next season’s squad.
8. Callum Hudson-Odoi
Callum Hudson-Odoi is another talent with a lot of potential who has failed to develop into anything more than an average player at the Stamford Bridge.
For several years now, the 21-year-old has been at the same level and it could be time for him to ply his trade elsewhere.