Chelsea to spend £85m on two young stars as release clause activated

If reports are to be believed, Chelsea will spend approximately £85million on a further two stars as an apparent release clause is activated. The Pride of London supply information and offer views on potential new faces at Stamford Bridge.

The eventual signing of Moises Caicedo, along with many promising aspects from the Liverpool draw, has spurred on the Blues fan base somewhat. Having Mauricio Pochettino as the main element of the CFC think tank and on the sideline is a galvanising feature that won’t be underestimated either.

Therefore the upturn in mood and optimism fairly reflects the possibility of prosperity. The hard part is already done: the right manager is in place and the majority of the wrong personnel were sold or replaced. Progress is now being made. Blues supporters have been through a lot in the previous year and half of unstable and desultory club turmoil.

Chelsea set to spend around £85m on transfers for two stars now that a release clause is activated, with spending taking Todd Boehly almost up to one billion in expenditure

That’s right, if a few more pricey but realistic acquisitions materialise, the Boehly era will have overseen a billion outlayed in little over a year. Until now, there has only been preposterous regression on Fulham Road, it must be said. However, acquiring young and particularly talented individuals seems to be Boehly and Co.’s modus operandi, and there is a healthy contemporary stable of Chels’ starlets.

Now an eminent young professional is said to coming in: Romeo Lavia. In addition to the 19-year-old, 21 year old Michael Olise is also said to he incoming at CFC. The Crystal Palace winger is left-footed, a dimension always coveted in football; the Southampton man is a gifted No.8 or No.6 in midfield. The west London outfit will pay £50m for Lavia and have activated Olise’s £35m release clause.