Rating every Todd Boehly signing at Chelsea from 1-10

With the January transfer window approaching, it's a good time to look back and assess Todd Boehly's signings over the last three windows and see how far they've come.

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WINTER 2023

9. David Datro Fofana (Cote D'Ivoire) - 2

Raw talent. And the recent additions in Fofana's position have nearly ruled out his future at this club. Unlikely to recover the invested funds.

10. Benoit Badiashile (France) - 7

Top signing; only lacks experience. Injuries kept Badiashile out for the first quarter of the season but he's back and raring to go. Heartening.

11. Joao Felix (Portugal) - 2

The fee paid to land the Portuguese International was mindless. Felix looked sluggish for majority of the game and did not deliver. Disheartening.

12. Mykhailo Mudryk (Ukraine) - 4.5

Simply doesn't justify the transfer fee paid for him. Could improve in the future; overall - a reckless signing.

13. Noni Madueke (England) - 4

Madueke is either injured or unused. Promising player but is not ready yet and needs a loan move desperately.

14. Enzo Fernandez (Argentina) - 8.5

One of the best signings of the Boehly era. Fernandez defines technicality; he has been criticised heavily in recent times, but has always been one of the best players on the pitch. His consistency is second to none and as the side grows, he will only get better.

15. Malo Gusto (France) - 6

Quality backup. Only 19 years of age but Gusto needs to stay fit and remain available for selection.