To pay for the acquisition of Napoli striker Victor Osimhen, Chelsea will have to let some of their first-teamers leave Stamford Bridge next summer.

If the Blues decide to sign Osimhen and the other targets and cannot sell some of its players, Footballinsider via Caughtoffside stated that they could be in danger of breaking the Financial Fair Play Rules.

Moisés Caicedo and Enzo Fernández’s record-breaking signings have the Blues dangerously close to breaking the law.

Chelsea will need to take dramatic measures if they want to sign their long-term goals because Napoli has disclosed that Osimhen has a release clause in the region for €130 million.

Arsenal, Manchester United, and Paris Saint-Germain will provide Mauricio Pochettino’s team with fierce competition if they want to sign the Nigerian international and play in the Premier League.

The 2023 CAF African Player of the Year is Chelsea’s top objective because they desperately need a striker.

Since joining the Serie A champions, the former Lille striker has scored 72 goals in 123 games across all competitions.

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