Chelsea players to be sold summer 2019
Chelsea players to be sold this summer 2019? Which Chelsea players will be to be sold this summer?
We have many Chelsea Transfer Targets Summer 2019 and several Chelsea players coming back from loan this summer 2019.
Chelsea players on loan is part of the training and business model at Chelsea so we should see several Chelsea FC players who will go out on loan this summer 2019. At the same time we should also expect several players to be sold by Chelsea.
So here we will look at the Top 5 Chelsea players to be sold this summer 2019.
Chelsea players to be sold
When the football players are ready to go its time to bring the Chelsea players to be sold list.
List of Chelsea players to be sold this summer 2019
Chelsea players to be sold 2019? Which players will Chelsea sell this summer 2019? Here is the list of Chelsea players that will leave Chelsea FC team Summer 2019:
5. Top Chelsea players to be sold: Alvaro Morata
Alvaro Morato could be sold to Atletico Madrid.
Alvaro Morata is one of the recent rumoured Chelsea players who could be sold.
Morata could be sold to hie boyhood club Atletico Madrid this summer. It’s no secret that the Spanish striker has struggled this season earlier when he was with Chelsea. And Chelsea usually don’t have much patience when it comes to strikers. The Blues could consider selling Morata and getting their £60 million back. The player has already been loaned back to Atletico Madrid in the summer and he now looks a happier player Read more at Chelsea have given green light to selling Alvaro Morata.
Could Chelsea sell Alvaro Morata to Atletico Madrid?
Diego Simeone’s men are interested in Morata. He is performing well for them as well. They have already signed their Diego Costa who has performed really well. Also Morata has a huge history with them as it was his boyhood club and he would love to return there on a permanent basis as he has already said.
Morata has scored 26 goals for Chelsea in all competitions in total in almost three times the appearances. But the Blues would expect their main striker to score at least 20 goals a season. Morata has never managed to do that at 26-years-old and hence he is a player who could be sold to make money for a new striker.
4. Danny Drinkwater could be sold
Danny Drinkwater could be sold to West Ham
The English midfielder could be sold after a disappointing debut season with Chelsea. The Englishman made a £35 million move to Chelsea prior to the 2017/18 season. But he had an injury in training which meant he didn’t play for the first month. Following that, Conte tried to integrate him into the team by playing him with fellow former Leicester midfielder N’Golo Kante but it didn’t really work. Since making a few appearances, Drinkwater disappeared again- through injury.
He has not played for the past few months at all this year in 2018. Chelsea could look to try get most of their money back for him though. West Ham have been reportedly keen on signing him and they fancy their chances as the Englishman has been frustrated with being left on the bench or not even included in the bench in some games since he came back from injury.
Drinkwater started just five premier league games for Chelsea last season and he has to go down as a flop signing. He has been told by Sarri that he will never play for the Italian.
Also see: List of Chelsea FC players on loan
3. Top Chelsea players to be sold: Kenedy
Kenedy could be sold to Newcastle
Kenedy has enjoyed a fine loan spell at Newcastle since January 2018 last year and was loaned out again to the same club. The Brazilian left-winger has been in excellent form for Newcastle and reports suggest he could end up signing for them on a permanent deal. Kenedy is back at Chelsea, but the 23-year-old could be sold to Newcastle. However, this depends on the managerial situation at Chelsea. Sarri does not look like a man who will want Kenedy.
Kenedy has fueled speculation that he could sign for Newcastle permanently after his glowing message to the club and fans:
“I was glad to come here to Newcastle, one of the biggest clubs in England, and I really appreciated the chance to play,” Kenedy told the Magpies’ official website.
“I’d like to thank Rafa Benitez because he trusted in me. I really enjoyed my time here – it was very good.
“All the players, all the staff, they made me feel at home. I felt good. I gained confidence from the amazing support and I really enjoyed it. Maybe one day I will be back.”
Kenedy will have given the next Chelsea manager or Sarri (if he stays) something to think abut after his good loan spell there. He scored two goals and made two assists in his 13 appearances for the Tyneside club.
2. Tiemoue Bakayoko
It’s no secret that Tiemoue Bakayoko has had a very poor season for Chelsea last time. The 24-year-old has looked out of his depth in the Premier League and has clearly not adapted to the league at all.
Additionally, the Frenchman has made some costly mistakes in games leading to goals. Bakayoko was very poor in the Watford game earlier in the season. After he was sent off in the first-half, Chelsea fans sang “You’re fu***ing s**t”. I will never condone fans singing that at our own players but it shows how bad he has been for Chelsea.
The Blues could look to recuperate some of the £40 million they spent on the former Monaco player. And there will be some suitors including Monaco.
Right now he is in AC Milan where he is enjoying his football and has played well. He has requested Milan bosses to sign him permanently but it all depends on whether the fee can be agreed.
1. Pedro could be sold this summer
This may be an unorthodox pick for number one. Pedro hasn’t been particularly bad for Chelsea this season but he hasn’t been spectacular either. The Spaniard has failed to replicate the form he showed in the 2016/17 season when Chelsea won the title. This has cost him a place in the team this season and he has been on the bench for most of it with Willian also not being added to the team regularly. Additionally, Pedro has been poor when he has come on in matches but has scored some crucial goals so he still gets the occasional start.
The 31-year-old winger is also getting old and will surely lose some of his agility and pace as he ages. It could be wise for Chelsea to cash in on him before it’s too late and his value drops. Chelsea need to invest in a new winger in my opinion for next season. Pedro should be the one that makes room for that to happen.
Which clubs want to buy Chelsea star Pedro?
Well unfortunately for Chelsea, there don’t seem to be a lot of big clubs interested in him. His poor form this season along with his age has meant interest in him has waned.
But Chelsea could include Pedro in a swap-deal including cash for a bigger star.