Chelsea’s new ownership group has introduced a new bonus system since taking over the club. Unlike when Roman Abramovich only paid bonuses when winning titles and did not include a wage reduction clause in the contract if missing out on Champions League.
They have spent £600m on reinforcements in the past two transfer markets. Putting a wage cut condition on it will help lighten the load after losing to next season’s Champions League football.
Many players have either moved to Chelsea or signed new contracts since the club’s takeover. Both agree on the terms of reducing wages when missing out on playing in the Champions League. with some players may be cut up to 30 percent
However, players who have contracts since the Abramovich era will continue to receive full wages. If staying with the club and not signing a new contract Although the chances of playing in the Champions League next season seem impossible.
The high-paying players of the Abramovich era included Kepa Arrizabalaga, Kai Havertz, Mateo Kovacic and Hakim. Ziyech, Christian Pulisic and N’Golo Kante, with the latter negotiating a new contract.
Players who still have contracts from the Abramovich era, if renewed, will have to accept a pay cut in accordance with the opportunity to play in the Champions League. Chelsea have signed 12 senior players since taking ownership
. new Including the players who moved in January, including Enzo Fernandez, Michailo Mudrik, Benoit Badiagil, Noni Madueke, David Datro. Fofana and Malo Gusto
Thiago Silva, Reece James, Cesar Azpilicueta, Ben Chilwell, Trevoh Chalobah, Armando Broya and Marcus Bettinel. Li has signed new contracts with the club since ownership changed hands.