Kai Havertz – 75 million euros, to Arsenal
Kai Havertz’s start at Arsenal did not go as Mikel Arteta expected. The German international could not fill the void left by Granit Xhaka in the Gunners midfield. His only goal to date came from the penalty spot against Bournemouth.
It should be remembered that Havertz scored the decisive goal, helping the Blues win the 2021 Champions League, despite his fluctuating performance. Accordingly, selling Havertz for 75 million euros seems to be a great decision by Chelsea.
Mason Mount – 64.2 million euros, to Man UnitedMount isn’t even a regular starter at Man United, so this is another successful deal from Chelsea’s perspective.
Erik ten Hag seems unable to get the best out of Mount and Bruno Fernandes in the same squad. Mount has only started 5 matches in the Premier League and Champions League combined, and has yet to make his debut for the Red Devils. His only assist came in the League Cup at the end of September.
Mateo Kovacic – 29.1 million euros, to Man City
Kovacic was not signed by Man City to replace Ilkay Gundogan, but the Croatian player is a quality addition to the Etihad team’s midfield.
Kovacic’s start under Pep Guardiola wasn’t too outstanding, but he helped Man City deepen their squad and fit into Guardiola’s stereotypical role as a midfielder.
Kalidou Koulibaly – 23 million euros, to Al-Hilal
Al-Hilal is at the top of the Saudi Pro League and maintains an unbeaten record after 11 matches in the national league. Kalidou Koulibaly is the foundation, helping them concede only 8 goals (least in the tournament). At the same time, the former Napoli midfielder also had a goal and an assist.
Chelsea don’t really miss the Senegal international, but he certainly made a difference in Saudi Arabia. This is a move that has paid off for all parties.
Christian Pulisic – 20 million euros, to Milan
With 4 goals and 2 assists after 10 appearances in Serie A, Christian Pulisic has left a strong mark in the AC Milan shirt.
The American international seems to have found his form under Stefano Pioli. Pulisic’s first months at San Siro have been encouraging, although he has not made an impact in the Champions League so far.
Edouard Mendy – 18.5 million euros for Al-AhliEdouard Mendy has kept 5 clean sheets and conceded 23 goals in 15 matches since leaving Chelsea. He is a useful addition to the Saudi Pro League team. Meanwhile, with Robert Sanchez, Chelsea has no reason to regret selling Mendy.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek – 18.4 million euros, to Milan
Loftus-Cheek is a bargain for Milan. The English player performed excellently at San Siro, especially in the Champions League clash with Paris Saint-Germain.
In total, Loftus-Cheek has scored one goal and provided two assists after 8 matches in Serie A. His ability to pull the ball and move the ball is truly amazing.
Ethan Ampadu – 8.1 million euros, to Leeds
Ampadu is a valuable addition at Leeds United. He played solidly alongside Glen Kamara in central midfield at Elland Road. Leeds have a good chance of gaining promotion to the Premier League and Ampadu will play a key role in their success.
Callum Hudson-Odoi – 3.5 million euros to Nottingham ForestHudson-Odoi’s start at the City Ground has been extremely encouraging. He scored a beautiful goal on his debut against Burnley, but unfortunately, the English star had to miss the last four Premier League matches due to a hamstring problem.
Hudson-Odoi has potential, but injuries have once again hindered his progress.
Minh Tuan | 04:34 November 15, 2023