"Chelsea continued with their policy of offering long-term deals. Fernández, who helped Argentina win the World Cup in Qatar, has agreed an eight-year deal. The club believe that handing out such deals will help them meet FFP rules. Amortisation is the key – spreading the cost of a fee over the length of a contract. However Uefa is set to change those regulations from the summer, with clubs expected to be stopped from spreading the cost of fees for more than a period of five years.
Chelsea, who are 10th in the Premier League, handed Mykhailo Mudryk an eight-and-a-half-year half deal after signing the Ukraine winger from Shakhtar Donetsk for £88.8m. Potter’s team are out of both cups and face a fight to qualify for the Champions League."
Post by Benoît Assou-Ekotto on Mar 24, 2023 10:29:05 GMT
The signings of those two players are one of the few highlights of their reign so unfortunately you still look silly as your boi scores 1 in 3 and your team linger in mid table with their reputation in tatters.