Chelsea will use Rüdiger to justify themselves before the Premier

On the verge of ending the financial year in the UK (it will be April 6, next week), Chelsea presented its results and the red numbers appeared at the end of its ledger in the period in the 21-22 season. He Chelsea reported a hole of 140 million euros that it justifies as “extraordinary expenses and loss of income” due to administrative sanctions following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine because the club was owned by Roman Abramovich.

These sanctions meant that they could not enter from several of their usual sources (ticket sales, income generated from the match day, commercial agreements…) and they could not sign new commitments with the players on their squad at that very moment. Now, to justify those results before the Premier League, which is investigating a possible breach of its financial rules, the blue club has decided to use the departure of Antonio Rüdiger to Real Madrid as an excuse.

As reported Daily Mail, Chelsea will claim that those losses are not ‘real’ and that the penalties for being owned by Roman Abramovich cost just a few million pounds. Thus, to justify their red numbers, they will accuse the lack of capacity to negotiate new player contracts during that final period of Russian ownership due to administrative sanctions and they will point to Rüdiger’s departure to Real Madrid after not renewing in London as a loss of income if they are accused of breaking the financial rules of the League.

Chelsea will justify themselves in that they could not renew it and stopped entering a potential transfer of several tens of millions of euros. At the time he left London for the Santiago Bernabéu, his value was 40 million euros according to Transfermarkt.

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In the same way that Rudiger left the club after finishing his contract, Andreas Christensen (FC Barcelona), Marcos Alonso (FC Barcelona), Matt Miazga (Cincinnati), Jake Clarke-Salter (QPR) and Charly Musonda (Levante) also left.

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