Chelsea could be one of the busiest clubs in this summers transfer market, and the fallout of the European Super League could be playing a part in this.
The Blues were the first to signal their intentions to leave the Super League before it even started, just a day after they announced they would be joining it.
But according to The Sunday World, their financial position is and always has been one of the best out of the 12 clubs that looked to join the breakaway league.
They claim that after Real Madrid President Florentino Perez suggested it was “impossible” for his club to sign players like Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe without the dawn of a Super League and the riches it would bring, there is now a feeling Chelsea will be in a strong position to seal big-money transfers this summer.
Further to this, Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal have all hinted their transfer spending will be limited this summer and that could open the door for Chelsea to make big money moves for Borussia Dortmund striker Haaland, who is top of their wanted list, according to the report.