All-time high emergency investment of 484 billion won, reborn as a ‘rogue’ Chelsea ‘superstar corps’

 ‘Misfit’ Chelsea poured 323 million pounds (approximately 484 billion won) and was reborn as a ‘superstar corps’.

Chelsea suddenly sacked manager Thomas Tuchel at the beginning of this season and took over the helm with manager Graham Porter, but the team has been on a downward trend since the end of October last year. In the English Premier League, they suffered three consecutive defeats after losing to Brighton, Arsenal and Newcastle. They have lost 5 of their last 10 league matches. 메이저사이트

At that time, Todd Bailey, the owner of Chelsea, made an emergency injection in the transfer market this winter. It spent 484 billion won to recruit 8 players. The last point was Enzo Fernandez. I paid a transfer fee of 170 million pounds (about 255 billion won) to Benfica.

In the meantime, Chelsea became a ‘superstar corps’. In addition to Fernandez, Mihailo Mudrik, Benoit Badiacil, Marlo Guisto, Andrei Santos, David Dartro Popana, Joao Felix and Noni Madueke were signed. Of these, Moudrik, Badiacil and Felix have already made their Chelsea debuts. Fernandes, who set a new world transfer fee record, is unlikely to play against Fulham on the 4th as he has yet to receive international recognition.

Another one is waiting. Germany’s Leipzig striker Christopher Nkunku, who has signed an agreement for a transfer fee of 63 million pounds (approximately 94.4 billion won), is scheduled to wear a Chelsea uniform this summer.

Porter said: “I found out when the signing of Fernandes was over. We have a fantastic player. I am very happy because I am looking forward to working with Fernandes.”

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