Every player Chelsea have signed since Todd Boehly became owner

Chelsea owner Todd Boehly
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Todd Boehly and Clearlake Capital bought Chelsea Football Club in May 2022, and in that time the club has spent over £1bn on transfers alone. 

In three windows, Boehly and co. have bought enough players to fulfil two complete starting XIs, with a couple of subs for both sides, too. In total, 29 new players have joined Chelsea, with a whole host of stars leaving to make way. 

Famously referred to as a "scattergun" approach by Gary Neville, the transfer policy has covered every position across the pitch, with players from elsewhere continuously linked with moves to Stamford Bridge amid the considerable spending. 

Many of those signings have cost a considerably financial outlay as well, leading to questions about how Chelsea are complying within the regulations of Financial Fair Play. The way they structure their deals allows the club to work within the FFP framework, with large contracts allowing for sums to be paid across a number of years. 

The club's most expensive signing came in the summer of 2023, when Moises Caicedo joined from Brighton in a staggering £115m move. That fee usurped Enzo Fernandez' eye-watering £107m just months prior in January, which at the time made him the most expensive transfer record in Premier League history.

Mykhalo Mudryk, Wesley Fofana, Marc Cucurella, Raheem Sterling, Romeo Lavia and Christopher Nkunku have all arrived for more than £50m, too, while loan signings of players such as Joao Felix and Denis Zakaria in 2022/23 cost the club money, despite there being no permanent transfer at the end of their deals. 

Every signing Chelsea have made since Todd Boehly became the owner 

Moises Caicedo, £115m - Brighton and Hove Albion

Enzo Fernandez, £107m - Benfica

Mykhalo Mudryk, £88m - Shakhtar Donetsk

Wesley Fofana, £72m - Leicester City

Marc Cucurella, £58m - Brighton and Hove Albion

Romeo Lavia, £58m - Southampton

Christopher Nkunku, £52m - RB Leipzig

Raheem Sterling, £50m - Manchester City

Cole Palmer, £42.5m - Manchester City

Axel Disasi, £38.7m - Monaco

Kalidou Koulibaly, £34m - Napoli

Benoit Badiashile, £33.5m - Monaco

Nicolas Jackson, £31.8m - Villarreal

Malo Gusto, £31m - Lyon

Noni Madueke, £29m - PSV

Robert Sanchez, £25m - Brighton and Hove Albion

Lesley Ugochukwu, £23.1m - Rennes

Cesare Casadei, £17.5m - Inter Milan

Deivid Washington, £17.1m - Santos

Carney Chukwuemeka, £16m - Aston Villa

Djorde Petrovic, £14m - New England Revolution

Angelo, £12.9m - Santos

Andrey Santos, £11m - Vasco da Gama

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, £10.5m - Barcelona

David Datro Fofana, £10.5m - Molde

Joao Felix, Loan (£9.5m) - Atletico Madrid

Gabriel Slonina, £8m - Chicago Fire

Denis Zakaria, Loan (£2.5m) - Juventus

Diego Moreira, Free - Benfica

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