Chelsea takeover is finally complete. Premier League and The UK Government approved the sale of the club within 24 hours. The terms of the sale had been agreed

The Chelsea takeover is finally complete. The Premier League and The UK Government approved the sale of the club within 24 hours. The terms of the sale had been agreed for over a month, but finally the last details have been sorted out, which means the takeover is now complete.

Thomas Tuchel and some Chelsea staffs have spoken to Todd Boehly. The American financier has obvious intentions of investing in the team this summer. Thomas Tuchel has talked about a rebuild. There are reports that the new owners are willing to invest £200m directly into the squad this season.

Tuchel expects some Chelsea players to leave this summer. Antonio Rudiger, Andreas Christensen, and Marcos Alonso will leave the club this summer. Tuchel will have the task of building a squad capable of winning the Premier League within the £200M transfer budget.

There are also talks that Chelsea will model their new recruiting style to Liverpool’s. The Reds have been able to compete with Manchester City for 5 years now, because of their elite scouting system.

The Reds only sign players that suit Jurgen Klopp’s system, and the way the team wants to play. Chelsea will look to sign players that fit well into Thomas Tuchel’s plans. Avoiding transfers like that of Romelu Lukaku will be key in this new Era At Chelsea. The new system will be run by data and detailed planning.

Chelsea Takeover Is Done – Blues Transfer Targets

Jules Kounde is reportedly London bound this summer. He wants to play for Chelsea, and the blues have agreed on personal terms with the defender since last year. However, his €80M release clause at Sevilla is a problem.

The Blues are also monitoring Pau Torres and Josko Gvardiol. According to Fabrizio Romano, Hakim Ziyech could leave the club if the club receives a good offer.

Other fringe players too will be sold to further fund the rebuilding of the Chelsea squad. It’s a new Era at Stamford Bridge and wrestling back the title from Manchester City will be a great way to start the Todd Boehly era at Stamford Bridge.

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