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How Chelsea Bought & Sold Two Strikers Back To Their Former Clubs Without Making A Single Profit

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Since Didier Drogba and Diego Costa both left Chelsea, the west London club is yet to find a natural striker to replace them. Morata, Higuain, Abraham, Timo Werner, Romelu Lukaku, and others tried but failed to fill their shoes.

Here are two strikers Chelsea bought for a huge amount of money and later sold them back to the same club without making a single profit.

1. Timo Werner;

Back in the 2020 summer transfer window, Chelsea paid £47million to get the German international to join the club from the Bundesliga side, RB Leipzig. After failing to keep up with his game at the club, he has been sold back to the same German club that let him go before.

How Chelsea Bought & Sold Two Strikers Back To Their Former Clubs Without Making A Single Profit

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According to reports from Transfermarkt, RB Leipzig agreed to a deal to re-sign their former striker Timo Werner from Chelsea in a deal worth £25.3m ($20 million) initially, plus performance-based add-ons that could see the deal grow to around ($30 million).

Being calculative here, Chelsea paid £47 million for his services in 2020 and sold the lad back to his former boss for £25.3 million. This entails that the blues made zero profit from his sale.

How Chelsea Bought & Sold Two Strikers Back To Their Former Clubs Without Making A Single Profit

2. Romelu Lukaku;

Well, many might be confused about why the Belgian star Lukaku was included in this list despite being on a season-long loan back to Inter Milan. Of course, Inter’s deal to bring Lukaku back to San Siro cost a total of £10.3m, made up of a £6.9m loan fee plus £3.4m in bonuses. In summary, they paid for his services for another season, and also well could be referred to as a player who was sold.

The former Manchester United star player moved back to Chelsea last summer in £97.5m deal. Not only was that a transfer record for Chelsea, but it was also, at the time, a British record fee too.

How Chelsea Bought & Sold Two Strikers Back To Their Former Clubs Without Making A Single Profit

After a failed time at Chelsea, Romelu Lukaku has returned to Milan this summer after completing his loan move to the Italian Serie A club. Chelsea paid £97.5m for the striker and got only £10.3m so far from the same club.

How Chelsea Bought & Sold Two Strikers Back To Their Former Clubs Without Making A Single Profit

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