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EXCLUSIVE: Chelsea put ENTIRE squad up for sale
Chelsea have made the decision that no one in the squad is unsellable ahead of the summer transfer market, FootballTransfers understands.
In 2022-23, the Blues set a world record for money spent on new transfers in one season under new owner Todd Boehly.
They splashed more than £600 million on new players but the results have been disastrous, with Chelsea down in 11th place and out of all cup competitions.
The majority of Chelsea's new signings have flopped, while the Blues are now on their third manager of the campaign in Frank Lampard after the sackings of Thomas Tuchel and Graham Potter.
As a result, Chelsea are set for another transfer revolution this summer with Boehly planning a squad overhaul.
FootballTransfers understands that there will be a massive cull of the first-team squad - with no one safe from the axe.
Indeed, Chelsea consider no one in their squad to be unsellable. While there are some players who are safer than others, Chelsea will listen to all offers such is their disappointment with the performances this season.
Chelsea need to sell players this summer in order to balance the books and meet Financial Fair Play requirements after last season's huge outlay.
Chelsea players who could be sold this summer
We have learned that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will certainly be sold after a horrific year in west London following his arrival from Barcelona.
Christian Pulisic and Hakim Ziyech are also likely to be sold, providing suitable offers are forthcoming.
Mason Mount could leave due to his contract expiring next year - and will certainly do so if a new deal isn't agreed.
FootballTransfers also understands that Chelsea want to sell Raheem Sterling. The English winger would like to stay but Chelsea are more than happy to move him on after a disappointing transfer from Man City last summer.
Connor Gallagher will also be moved on, with the midfielder liked by both Aston Villa and Brighton.
Joao Felix is also unlikely to have his loan deal made permanent, having scored just two goals in 15 games since arriving in January from Atletico Madrid.
These are the Chelsea players who are most likely to depart this summer but no one is safe from Boehly's axe.