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Chelsea on the verge of receiving a surprsingly big financial boost

According to reports from the Telegraph – Chelsea are set to be handed an extortionate £40 million boost ahead of next season’s campaign for successfully cooperating with the ever-controversial Financial Fair Play Rules.

As the London club have been making use of a ‘one in, one out’ policy at Stamford Bridge in recent seasons – with the likes of Romelu Lukaku and Andre Schurrle making way this season in order for other transfer targets to be sourced – Jose Mourinho will likely approach the new footballing term with even more financial backing than he usually enjoys at Chelsea.

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A new £200million sponsorship deal with Yokohama is set to aid their cause throughout the next transfer window, as well as the fact that Fernando Torres will be off the Blues’ money books for good in light of his recent move away from Stamford Bridge.

This latest revelation will see Chelsea in truly strong form in the run up to the 2015/16 campaign, with potential transfer targets such as Paul Pogba likely to be heavily courted by the London club with a view to housing them in the Premier League.

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