Chelsea has made six individuals from their team available for sale to clubs participating in the Saudi Pro League this summer.
As per talkSPORT, N’Golo Kante will depart from the West London club once his contract expires later this month.
The French midfielder will join Al-Ittihad, a team in the Saudi Pro League, where his earnings will increase sixfold compared to his current salary at Stamford Bridge.
The publication stated that additional players would follow suit, as owner Todd Boehly views the Saudi football revolution as a fortuitous opportunity to address the club’s Financial Fair Play (FFP) situation.
Chelsea must restore financial equilibrium this summer after two consecutive windows of substantial expenditures. Sources widely suggest that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Kalidou Koulibaly, and Hakim Ziyech are negotiating potential moves to Saudi Arabia.
Additionally, goalkeeper Edouard Mendy is headed in that direction, while Boehly intends to transfer Romelu Lukaku to the Pro League.
Reportedly, Mendy’s agent is currently in discussions to facilitate his relocation to Saudi Arabia. However, it is believed that Lukaku, for the time being, is unwilling to abandon playing in European competitions.