Premier League: UEFA to change player transfer rules to stop Chelsea’s cunning tactics


Chelsea have attracted the attention of UEFA as they sign new players to long-term contracts. According to Sportsmail, UEFA are ready to change the rules to close the gap with Chelsea.

It started with worries at Premier League rival Chelsea. The West London club have been accused of circumventing Financial Fair Play (FFF) rules.

for example, When they bought Mykhailo Mudryk for £88m on an eight-year deal. Chelsea are accused of signing contracts longer than five years in order to reduce transfer fees every year.

This strategy was actually implemented by Chelsea under Todd Boehly’s ownership. Chelsea’s Marc Cucurella (6 years old); Wesley Fofana (7 years); Benoit Badiashile and David Datro Fofana (7 and a half years) have signed 5-year contracts.

Change the rules.
Chelsea’s clever tactics are set to be encircled by UEFA’s new rules. UEFA plans to extend the term of any player transfer by five years.

But changes to the rules imposed by UEFA will not affect the fortunes of Chelsea’s new players. Chelsea will have limited space in the upcoming transfer window.

Chelsea spent £460 million in two transfer markets. This figure is the highest in the world, the highest in Premier League history and is expected to continue to rise.

Chelsea transfer news
Mykhailo Mudryk
Benoit Badiashile
Joao Felix (on loan from Atletico Madrid until the end of the season)
Andrew Santos
David Datro Fofana
Noni Madueke

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