Chelsea Owns The Most Expensive Striker, Goalkeeper And Left-back In Premier League History, #Chelsea #Owns #Expensive #Striker #Goalkeeper #Leftback #Premier #League #History Welcome to 50MIND S BLOG, This is the most recent breaking news and trending broadcast that we have for you today: :
For a club that hasn’t won the domestic League in 6 years or any domestic Cup in 5 years, Chelsea definitely owns quite a lot of expensive assets among all the clubs in the English Premier league.
Barcelona has been bashed over the failure of their expensive Signings in Antoine Griezmann and Phillipe Coutinho in the last few years but, Chelsea seems to have been trailing that path too but no one seems to notice or people noticed and chose to ignore it.
At the moment, Chelsea owns the most expensive number 9 in Premier League history, the Blues also own the most expensive Goalkeeper in Football history and the most expensive Left-back in Football history.
Chelsea set the record for spending the highest amount of money on signing a Goalkeeper when they signed Spanish Goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga from Athletic Bilbao for a world record fee of £70million in 2018.
The West London club paid the highest amount of money for a Striker when they signed Romelu Lukaku from Inter Milan for a League record fee of £97.5million.
This Summer, the West London club has set the record for the biggest amount of money to be spent on signing a Left-back after agreeing a deal worth £63million including performance related add-on with Brighton and Hove Albion for the transfer of Marc Cucurella.
It’s surprising that Chelsea’s most expensive asset who also double as the most expensive Central Forward in Premier League history Romelu Lukaku is no longer in their Squad.
The Belgium International ran back to Inter Milan after struggling at Chelsea last season. The world’s most expensive Goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga is also a bench warmer at Chelsea and the Blues are looking to offload him this summer.
For the sake of the money spent, Chelsea will be hoping that Marc Cucurella doesn’t end up flopping or losing his place like Romelu Lukaku and Kepa Arrizabalaga.
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