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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16. Christopher Nkunku (France) - N/A

Marquee signing. Yet to make his Chelsea debut.

17. Nicolas Jackson (Senegal) - 5

The fanbase seems to be divided on this one but the fact that Jackson doesn't have the attributes required to be a leading Premier League goal scorer is evident. Will lose his spot in the starting XI eventually.

18. Lesley Ugochukwu (France) - 5.5

Ugochukwu would've probably been loaned out or involved with the development squad. However the injury curse at the club has led to him playing for the first team regularly. Quality backup.

19. Axel Disasi (France) - 6

Sturdy figure at the back; consistency and adaptability have been major issues. Should've opted for an established Premier League centre back instead.

20. Robert Sanchez (Spain) - 7

Elite shot stopping but distribution has been below par. With time the side is bound to settle and will need him to make better use of his feet. Long term future seems uncertain.

21. Moises Caicedo (Ecuador) - 6

Pretty average start to his life at the club. The sum paid to get land him in the summer cannot be justified. Encouraging for the long term project.

22. Romeo Lavia (Belgium) - N/A

Lavia was injured when he signed his Chelsea contract and is yet to make his debut.

23. Deivid Washington (Brazil) - 5

Top talent; might leave on loan for regular game time.

24. Djordje Petrovic (Serbia) - N/A

Arguably one of the best keepers in the MLS but not being considered for cup games, bizarre. Petrovic failed to make his Chelsea debut until Robert Sanchez went off due to an injury concern in the last game.

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25. Cole Palmer (England) - 9

The final and the best signing of the Boehly era. A major upgrade over the likes of Kai Havertz and Mason Mount. Potential to go down as a club leegend.

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