how chelsea are playing with FFP rules



Chelsea fc have witnessed massive changes since their 2022 take over by new American owner Todd boehly. With four new managerial changes within 12 months and a 12 place finish in epl last season. Chelsea owner and new manager Mauricio Potechine headed into the 2023 summer with big plans of improving the squad.

This lead to Tod bohley spending rising to almost a billion on numerous new stars to improve his squad. This has made many people to question Chelsea regulation on ffp rules. However Uefa are yet take any charges on Chelsea and here are two ways in which chelsea plan to stay in place for the FFP rules.

Section 1 unwanted players. Chelsea had one of the largest squads in the previous camping which was resulting on huge player wages plus due to the fact that chelsea had a lot of injured and under performing players last term. Aubameyang ,Ngolo Kante , raheem Sterling, Pulisic, Reece James, Ben chilwell, and Wesley Fofana are some perfect example of Chelsea players whom either had long extended periods off the season due to injuries and low form.

This comes with no surprise as chelsea registered 38 different starting (11) across (38) matches last season. Chelsea have sold 8 players in the current transfer window for sums summing up (€254.90million) while also loaning out 3 players letting 3 players go on a free transfer. This has helped chelsea reduce its huge wage bill on the process while generating revenue needed to balance their huge spending deficit.

Section 2

2.Assigning new players long contract Chelsea have gone against the usual traditional methods of handing players 2-5 years contract practised by may clubs, and have opted to hand their new players over (6) years contracts in order to spread the cost of the players over long periods of time hence reducing the annual cost with this technique known as Amortisation. Both Chelsea record singing Moses Caicedo and Enzo costing over (€220 million) singed long contracts spanning up to eight years after their aravials being within a period of 8 months.