Chelsea transfer stance on four players emerges amid £25m demand

Trevoh Chalobah

Chelsea are reportedly open to letting at least four players leave the club this summer.

The Blues finished their 2024/25 campaign with a victory over Bournemouth on the final day of the Premier League season. That win clinched sixth place in the top flight and secured a spot in Europe next term.

Now attention for Mauricio Pochettino and Co. will turn to what transfer business the club will conduct this summer. Already rumours are starting to emerge about which players could be added to the Chelsea squad ahead of next season.

However, one of the latest reports concerns players who could be leaving Stamford Bridge this summer. According to The Telegraph, Trevoh Chalobah is one of four players who could be heading for the exit door.

The report claims that the Blues would be willing to listen to offers of around £25 million for the defender.

Chalobah was heavily linked with a move to Nottingham Forest earlier in the season before he decided to remain at Chelsea and compete for a spot in the squad.

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The report also claims that Conor Gallagher and Armando Broja are also players who Chelsea are willing to listen to offers for this summer. Gallagher featured in every Chelsea fixture this season except one, while Broja spent the second half of the campaign on loan at Fulham where he made just eight appearances.

Ian Maatsen is mentioned in the report as being likely to leave the Blues on a permanent basis this summer. The left-back is currently on loan at Borussia Dortmund and helped the German club reach the Champions League final, where there is expected to be interest in the deal being made permanent in the coming weeks.

It remains to be seen if all four players will leave Chelsea this summer. Pochettino and Co. will already be busy forming their plans ahead of next season, as the Blues look to improve on their sixth-place position and venture into Europe.