The Expiry Date Of Every Chelsea Player's Contract With Club Unable To Renew Current Deals
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Abramovich announced his intentions to sell the club after 19 years of ownership last week following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
The 55-year-old failed to find a buyer however and he's now been added to the UK's sanction list, putting a number of restrictions on Chelsea.
It's been reported Chelsea can still be sold as long as Abramovich doesn't benefit from the sale in any way.
However, as things stand, Chelsea are unable to hand out contracts to their players and it means they'll be losing up to eight for free in the summer unless the situation changes.
Expiring in 2022
Danny Drinkwater (Currently on loan at Reading)
Baba Rahman (Currently on loan at Reading)
Jake Clarke-Salter (Currently on loan at Coventry City)
Saul Niguez (End of loan, will return to Atletico Madrid)
Expiring in 2023
Billy Gilmour (Currently on loan at Norwich City)
Emerson Palmieri (Currently on loan at Lyon)
Matt Miazga (Currently on loan at Alaves)
Michy Batshuayi (Currently on loan at Besiktas)
Nathan Baxter (Currently on loan at Hull City)
Expiring in 2024
Ethan Ampadu (Currently on loan at Venezia)
Tiemoue Bakayoko (Currently on loan at AC Milan)
Expiring in 2025
Conor Gallagher (Currently on loan at Crystal Palace)
Expiring in 2026
Armando Broja (Currently on loan at Southampton)
The three big departures this summer could be club captain Cesar Azpilicueta, Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen.
Azpilicueta has been at Stamford Bridge for a decade but is considering his future.
Rudiger's wage demands were said to be too high for the club prior to the recent sanctions, while Christensen is reportedly ready to sign a pre-contract agreement with Barcelona.
Manager Thomas Tuchel could be forced to use a number of players currently out on loan next campaign, as they won't be allowed to sell them.
Chelsea are currently third in the Premier League and won the Club World Cup earlier this year.
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