CHELSEA’S academy stars are worried by the club’s huge transfer spending and being eyed eagerly by German teams.
Mykhailo Mudryk’s £88million arrival took the Blues’ spending in the summer and January windows close to £500m.
APChelsea’s latest buy, Mykhailo Mudryk, was unveiled to fans at half-time in Sunday’s 1-0 home Prem win over Crystal Palace[/caption]
PSV Eindhoven’s ex-Spurs winger Noni Madueke is still being linked with Chelsea, who have already signed 14 players under the Todd Boehly regimeRex
The Stuttgart-born attacking midfielder, 19, played for England up to the U-21s but switched allegiance to Germany, winning 20 senior caps already.
Chelsea co-owner Todd Boehly insists he is backing under-fire manager Graham Potter for the long haul despite slipping to tenth in the Prem.
And that means more big signings are expected this month.
PSV’s £27m-rated wideman Noni Madueke, 20, is still on the Blues’ radar.
It’s thought Chelsea contacted the Dutch giants in December about the England U-21 ace, a Londoner who was with Crystal Palace and Tottenham as a kid.
And Joao Felix’s half-season loan from Atletico Madrid cost a fee close to £10m.
But one teenager whose Stamford Bridge future should be safe is England hopeful Levi Colwill.
Chelsea are tipped to offer the centre-back, 19, a new long-term contract amid fine form on loan for Premier League rivals Brighton.