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Chelseas stunning transfer spendingpree under Todd Boehly is

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Chelseas stunning transfer spending spree under Todd Boehly is fast approaching the same as Liverpool have paid in last 10 windows

Todd Boehlys approach to the transfer market has been pure chaos, with their spending dwarfing their rivals.

The new Chelsea owner has thrown endless millions around since he replaced Roman Abramovich in the summer.

Scattergun seems the appropriate word to sum up the vast spending for Thomas Tuchel and then Graham Potter.

Theirmost eye-catching addition so far has been Mykhailo Mudrykfrom Shakhtar Donetsk, stolen from under the noses of Arsenal in a deal worth a staggering 88million.

That was was followed up by a deal for another winger, Noni Madueke, who has joined from PSV Eindhoven on a seven-and-a-half-year contract for a fee of around 30million.

So far, there have been six new arrivals in spending costing 190million.

After a huge outlay last summer, that has taken Chelseas total spending since Boehlys arrival to 460m and hes only been the owner since July 2022.

Question marks have been raised about how Chelsea can spend such vast sums and still be compliant with Financial Fair Play rules.

It seems that they are able to do this by giving players long contracts, like the possible eight-and-a-half year deal given to Mudryk, as a way to spread out the payments.

Many of those players will be on display in an important Premier League clash against Liverpool today at 12:30pm which will be exclusively live on talkSPORT.

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This is a ninth vs tenth place clash with both teams struggling for form this season and facing difficulties getting into that all-important top four.

It seems particularly poignant that Chelsea come up against Liverpool after yet more vast spending.

Reds boss Jurgen Klopp has continually driven home at how he is restricted in what he can spend in the market.

In fact, Chelseas spending since Boehly signed is fast approaching the same amount Liverpool have spent in the last 10 transfer windows, dating back to July 2018.

While Chelsea have spent 460m, Liverpool have spent around 510m one more signing this month could well take the Blues over that.

Speaking ahead of the clash between the two sides, Liverpool boss Klopp said: I dont think Chelsea can do this in the same manner for the next 10 years I dont know, maybe they can.

Other teams will have ups and downs and we just have to be there. I cant see investment stopping in the future and that means we have to do it as well.

We dont talk about now because its always slightly different, but in general. I believe in coaching, I believe in developing, I believe in team-building and using those things 100 per cent.

Meanwhile there are so many good managers out there its crazy so they believe in that as well and if they start really properly spending and do those things as well, then you cannot not spend or you will have a little bit of a problem.

The moment you build a new team, it doesnt mean you have to build it every year new, (you) give players the chance to make the next step.

We have quite a few of them already here. Then a lot of things are possible again. Thats the plan for the future.

Its not worrying that other teams can spend, its probably a matter of fact. We have to react to that as well but not just to that.

Should Chelsea beat Liverpool, then the topic of transfer spending is likely to be brought up again.

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Cesare Casadei 12.6m plus 4.2m in add-ons

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 10.6m

Denis Zakaria 2.6m loan fee (option to buy for 30m)

Benoit Badiashile 33.7m

David Datro Fofana 10m

Joao Felix 9.7m loan fee

Sepp van den Berg 4.4m

Kostas Tsimikas 11.75m

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