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Another Bad Business From Chelsea. Sale Of Billy Gilmour.

On Thursday September 1, the transfer window reached a conclusion, with Chelsea spending more than some other Premier League club. They spent about £157.8m more than they did the previous summer (2022's £255.3m; 2021's £97.5m) and £53.3m more than the following greatest spenders (Manchester United's £202m). In any case, the offer of Chelsea's academy product, Billy Gilmour is one the could gone on records as a terrible business.

Chelsea has neglected to gain from past slip-ups in comparable style. The offer of Kelvin De Bruyne, Mohammed Salah, Toriq Lamptey and Romelu Lukaku has been one of the outstanding exchange business that has gone on record as a gigantic error.

In Billy Gilmour, we had a player in the shape of Barcelona legends, Iniesta and Xavi. Certain on the ball, a decent passer and brimming with inventiveness.

Billy Gilmour was voted as the man-of-the-match after a brilliant performance against Krasnodar.

Incidentally, this was the 3rd competition in a row where he had been voted man-of-the-match on debut.

Gilmour was the best player when Chelsea beat Liverpool in the FA Cup in early March of 2020 while he also won the award when making his league debut.

The young midfielder had a great future ahead of him with Lampard singing his praises after the game -

One that might have effectively addressed the midfield issue, which has seen Chelsea lose valuable points this season was, Billy Gilmour. Never allowed an opportunity to display his qualities was offered to Brighton. Clearly Thomas Tuchel doesn't rate the academy products that much by tolerating £9m offer from Brighton. Whiles paying immense sums for different teams academy products. Chelsea fans may be trusting this misstep doesn't return to chase them later on.

What is your take? Was Billy Gilmour deal the ideal choice?

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