Chelsea looking to offload seven players including two who only joined this summer

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Since Todd Boehly took over the club, Chelsea have spent a total of £860 million in three transfer windows. They broke the British transfer record twice in the process.

This massive sum includes £397 million spent in this summer window itself, which was Mauricio Pochettino’s first summer in charge of the Blues. Caicedo, Nkunku, Lavia, Palmer, Jackson, and Robert Sanchez are just the notable names that came in this summer.

Pochettino still wants more

All the spending and new arrivals haven’t improved Chelsea’s fortunes; in fact they are currently at the same position in the Premier League table that they finished last season. Chelsea finished a disappointing 12th in the Premier League last season, and 16 games into the new season they still find themselves at 12th. If it weren’t for Everton‘s 10-point deduction, they would’ve been at 13th.

Unsatisfied with the performances of his players in the 2-0 defeat to Everton, Pochettino called for even more signings. He told the BBC: “This was a game to play and to win. It’s a problem we need to check. We need to analyse the reality. We need to talk and to try and improve in the next transfer market.”

Chelsea consider seven players as dispensable

According to TEAMTalk, as many as seven players are deemed to be dispensable at Stamford Bridge. Axel Disasi, Malo Gusto, Trevoh Chalobah, Marc Cucurella, Ian Maatsen, Noni Madueke and Armando Broja are the seven players. Out of these, Disasi and Maatsen were only signed this summer.

Among these players, Disasi and Gusto have been used the most this season. However, Chelsea would be willing to hear offers for them in the next two windows because they believe they can find better quality players.

£63 million signing Cucurella has also failed to impress since joining from Brighton last year.

The other four names aren’t as surprising since they haven’t got many opportunities this season and don’t seem to be in Pochettino’s plans.

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