Chelsea have made some mistakes in the past by paying huge for a player they sold
Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia has now included a buy-back clause in the sale of some young prospects from the club's academy in case Chelsea are interested in resigning them in the coming years. Some of these players are
Former Chelsea coach, Jose Mourinho got Tammy to replace Edin Dzeko at AS Roma for £34m. Tammy Abraham who was no longer a regular at Stamford Bridge had to leave the club he joined as a six year old. Chelsea inserted a buy-back clause of £68m in 2023 at the earliest. The striker already has a goal and three assists in two games for AS Roma.
Tino has already become a regular started at Southampton and the 18-year-old was sold for just £5m. Tino who was voted the academy player of the year faces stiff opposition in the right full back position and it was necessary for him to move on. Chelsea inserted a £25m buy-back clause should in case the youngster decide to come back to London.
The 19-year-old is currently on loan at Lokomotiv Moscow with an option to complete the transfer for £17m. Chelsea however still believe in Anjorin and have insisted on a £25m buy-back clause if Lokomotiv end up signing him.
Some players that Chelsea declined to buy back in the past are Nathan Ake, Bertrand Traore and Nathaniel Chalobah
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