A few Chelsea players have been itching to leave the team in the summer, and this has coincided with the club’s recent recruits being suggested with a wage drop.
Several players are anticipated to find new homes in the summer as Stamford Bridge is surrounded by a sense of defeat and disappointment after allowing one of the worst seasons in club history.
Another explanation for the problem might be the club’s delay in hiring an experienced coach.
The player must fall under the category of having “12 months left on their contract” if they are to leave Chelsea in the meantime.
According to reports, several new additions regret accepting long-term contracts with the West Londoners.
Due to their failure to secure Champions League berths, those who fall under the criteria of losing their income are anticipated to see a 30% pay decrease.
However, players who joined before the new owners took over will not be subject to the pay cut.
Aside from avoiding the relegation zone, Chelsea currently has nothing to fight for. The Blues are presently 10 points clear of the danger zone.
They will now continue their disastrous season against a motivated Arsenal team at the Emirates on Tuesday who have lost their last four games.