The Premier League season is over, and while Chelsea supporters are already looking forward to the FA Cup final and their second leg of the Champions League clash with Bayern Munich must begin to dream about next season.
The club has already acquired Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech’s highly profiled signatures this summer, and it is expected that many other leading players will hit the Stamford Bridge.
Nonetheless, that needs to be offset by departures, and there are a few Blues stars who will try to slash their salary bill this summer and increase sales as well.
According to football London, 7 players are unlikely to stay next season at the Field.
The final day snub by Frank Lampard of the most expensive goalkeeper in the world was the latest sign of his endurance. Even absent from the semi-final win for the FA Cup over Manchester United, Kepa seems unable to play against Arsenal or Bayern Munich at this time. The Spanish International is also eliminated in a round of games in which he sat in the league against Leicester City and Manchester United and for their first leg of the Champions League match with Bayern Munich. His form has been patchy last season-Whoscored.com’s website has rated his results as the lowest of all 132 players in the Premier League to play more than 30 games this season. If Chelsea wants to cash in big on him, that might be the most significant thing in their way for sending him out of the Bridge.
The Argentine will presumably play again for the Blues this season because of Kepa ‘s form, although his future remains in the air after this season. Despite the latest one-year contract Caballero made in September last month, he marks his 39th birthday. Next season, according to wages at Stamford Bridge, Caballero will be shunted to a third spot in the choosing order and will plan to finish his career elsewhere. He was a reliable back-up in West London during his three seasons.
In the summer of 2017, the Italian wingback arrived as n perfect choice for the 3-5-2 Antonio Conte preparation. Zappacosta offered a vital advantage for Victor Moses, who was 35 times in his first season but was only played in four games under Maurizio Sarri in the Premier League. He was then lent this initiative to Rome, but he was exposed to a twisted ligament which limited his time.
Brazilian Emerson joined Conte in 2017/18 because of his aptitude for fitness at the time, much like Zappacosta. His 30 starts at the Premier League have ranged through three separate bridge administrators. Nevertheless, he always strived to make an impact. His action was accompanied by an earlier cross-linking ligament wound in Roma, and it looked defensive and not as stable as Marcos Alonso. It seems like this summer, and he should be transferred.
After leaving Wigan Athletic in 2012, international Nigeria has had a curious eight-year stay at Chelsea. Following ten goals, he endured three successive loan camps, respectively, at Everton, Stoke City, and West Ham United, and played prominently in his debut campaign. He went back to Conte and prospered two seasons in the wingback position of the Italian. He has loaned at Fenerbahce and Inter for the last two seasons, in which he has known Conte. This summer is going to be a lasting departure.
The Ghanaians’ full-back tenure at Stamford Bridge has been surprisingly overlooked, following a contract reported as high as £21.7 million back in 2015. Since his move from Augsburg, he featured 23 times in his first season with Jose Mourinho and Guus Hiddink, but he has been lending for four seasons ever since. With Schalke, Reims, and Mallorca, he has played sparingly. Although if he doesn’t quit this season, he definitely won’t be featured again in Blues.
Until he joined the Blues for a five-year contract for a fee of around £ 40 million, Bakayoko started in Monaco’s title campaign for Ligue 1. The Frenchman was substituted for Nemanja Matic, but he suffered a torrid Stamford Bridge season in which two results were especially illustrated as small points: Watford Red Card inside 30 minutes, which led to a 4-1 defeat, and Newcastle United’s 3-0 loss on the last day of his career. While during the loan spells in Milan and back in Monaco, Bakayoko strengthened its form, but it did not serve to justify its price tag or even any longer-term presence on Chelsea.