Chelsea FC was established in 1905, and numerous incredible players have worn the blue shirt from that point forward, including Gianfranco Zola, Peter Osgood, and Roy Bentley, to make reference to a couple.
Notwithstanding, the club has additionally rejected various players who have proceeded to appreciate achievement somewhere else.
Mohamed Salah is the most recent Chelsea pariah to join the rundown of players who figured out how to sparkle in the wake of frustrating spells at Stamford Bridge.
Here are the Top 10 Chelsea rejects who later made progress at different clubs.
Then, at that point, chief Jose Mourinho offered Mohamed Salah to A.S. Roma for a little total, and he sparkled. His structure and goal scoring at Roma were seen by Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp and the Reds took care of business toward the start of the 2017/18 season.
Salah has proceeded to become probably the best player in the Premier League subsequent to scoring 23 goals such a long ways as of February 26, 2018. Chelsea will lament selling him now!
Kevin de Bruyne
Kevin De Bruyne just played a couple of games for Chelsea under Jose Mourinho before he was offered to VFL Wolfsburg. It was there that he made progress and made various helps and scored goals for the Bundesliga club.
Manchester City paid heed and dove for the Belgian for £50 million, which currently appears to be a deal. De Bruyne is probably the best player on earth now, and to that end he is on our rundown of the main 10 Chelsea rejects who made progress away from Stamford Bridge.
One more player sold by Jose Mourinho (says thanks to Jose), was intended to be the striker who might supplant the amazing Didier Drogba. Yet, after a fruitful loan spell at Everton, Lukaku was offered to the Toffees, and afterward, last season (2017/18), he was offered to Manchester United for £90m.
What’s more, here’s the kicker: Jose Mourinho got him as supervisor of the Red Devils. Chelsea were really arranging an arrangement to repurchase Lukaku, however the Special One chose to dip on transfer cutoff time day and put Chelsea to shame. Oof.
Ryan Bertrand was important for the Chelsea crew that won the Champions League in 2012. However, he was frequently underestimated by Chelsea fans and the actual club.
Bertrand has proceeded to become one of the most amazing Premier League left-backs playing for Southampton.
Oriol Romeu is one of those players you don’t for even a moment understand his impact on the pitch until he’s gone. Fairly like John Obi Mikel, Romeu unobtrusively went about his business as a protective midfielder and kept the ball rolling. Yet, Chelsea sold him, and he’s proceeded to turn into an incredible player for the Saints.
Eden Hazard’s more youthful sibling, Thorgan, Hazard, used to be a Chelsea player alongside his more seasoned sibling. In any case, Chelsea sold him, and he proceeded to turn into an awesome going after midfielder for the Bundesliga outfit.
Yet, presently Chelsea have another sibling, Kylian Hazard (truly, what’s in the Hazard family qualities!). Hopefully we don’t sell him too soon.
Luis was really a nice left-back for Chelsea in the 2014/15 season. Yet, he was under-used by Mourinho, and Jose chose to dispose of him toward the finish of the time by selling him back to Ateltico Madrid after only one season.
In all honesty, that was the season Cesar Azpilicueta turned into a left-back, which limited Luis’ possibilities. Luis has proceeded to turn out to be a seriously significant player at Atletico from that point forward.
Juan Cuadrado never entirely came to Stamford Bridge. After only one season, Chelsea chose to loan the Colombian out to Juventus, where he proceeded to sparkle as a left wing-back.
This one was an odd one. Indeed, Radamel Falcao really played for Chelsea. However, not much. Soon after his bombed loan spell at Manchester United, Falcao attempted to resuscitate his vocation and structure indeed by joining Chelsea.
In any case, he was as yet tormented by injury issues and an awful knee, which confined his possibilities playing. What’s more, when he played, he didn’t dazzle. Yet, presently, he’s proceeded to rediscover his structure and is currently one of the most deadly strikers in Europe playing for AS Monaco.
Daniel Sturridge played for Chelsea for various seasons, yet he never fully made it as a focal striker for the Blues. Chelsea directors during that time favored making light of Sturridge the wing, which he wasn’t as excited about.
Which is the reason he eventually left to join Liverpool. He had a fabulous first season for the Reds until Luis Suarez left. Then, at that point, injury issues sprung up and have tormented his vocation from that point forward. So as it were, it’s great Chelsea sold him, yet every so often we could utilize a pacy, talented striker like him.