Chelsea transfer target price decrease; Blues FFP update; Stamford Bridge redevelopment plans

The latest from Stamford Bridge
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A Chelsea transfer target has seen his valuation plummet, which might perhaps inspire a bid this summer. Meanwhile The Pride of London comment as the Blues receive a Financial Fair Play update amid worries of a potential points deduction or a hefty fine. In addition to looking at those topics, PoL assess CFC's Stamford Bridge redevelopment plans, which won't begin until at least 2027.

Why has Brentford striker Ivan Toney seen his value drop amidst Chelsea admiration?

In spite of financial adherence matters to contend with, I am pretty sure we will see a host of new faces at Chelsea this summer. Not to mention many leaving the English capital side. So what is happening with Toney, you ask? Let's see.

"BRENTFORD are braced for frenzied interest in Ivan Toney following the striker's new 'super cheap' valuation.

The Bees could sell the Manchester United and Chelsea target for just £30m-£40m - while the England ace has cheekily named his dream destination."

FFP news for the Blues

Football.London explain that the Premier League has gotten serious with regards to profit and sustainability rules. If we didn't basically know that already. Nevertheless, the outlet usually does a good job in explaining some of the more tedious and complicated footballing developments. This time, they say, there is cause for concern at Chelsea Football Club due to Everton's predicament.

The press suggest warnings and problems won't stop for those EPL teams deemed in the wrong. Clubs are 'actively scared of' PSRs (profitability and sustainability regulations). After the Toffees and Nottingham Forest received respective punishments, the future is said to be unclear for the Blues.

It is apparently going to be a tough offseason for Chels' consisting of selling an appropriate amount of suitable players. This will give Mauricio Pochettino further headaches when you consider what it means concerning the quality of prospective incoming signings.

Stamford Bridge redevelopment timeline explained

If you are a regular on Fulham Road who is wondering when the CFC stadium will eventually be updated and expanded, you are probably going to be disappointed with the latest information coming from the media. Essentially, building work is around three years away - at the earliest! This is not conducive for general plans to rival the other big six competitors, either.

At the moment, Stamford Bridge has an approximate 40,341 capacity. The west London outfit hope to fit in 60,000 spectators at some stage in the near future. There is talk in of Chelsea ground-sharing with neighbours Fulham or being based at Wembley once work begins at the Bridge. Daily Mail has more details of Todd Boehly and Co.'s £2 billion proposal here, which includes news of a 'crucial £80m purchase of 100 military veterans' homes'.