Chelsea 'set to rake in a eight-figure sum in add-ons from deals for four players' including two who flopped abroad... in boost after narrowly remaining compliant of profit and sustainability rules

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Chelsea are set for an early cash injection this summer as they will reportedly bank in the region of £11m and £14m from add-ons in loan and permanent transfer deals.

The eight-figure sum will be raked in from four players - including one who retired from the game last year.

Additional funds will be welcome at Stamford Bridge, as the club only narrowly remained compliant of the Premier League's Profit and Sustainability Rules in the latest set of accounts, which were released in April. 

The majority of the figure comes from two deals involving newly crowned Champions League winners Real Madrid - despite one taking place before Todd Boehly became owner of the club. 

As reported by the Athletic, Kepa Arrizabalaga's loan spell this season, and Eden Hazard's initial £89m move to the Spanish club in 2019, have contributed just under £10m to the figure. 

Chelsea are to rake in a eight-figure sum from deals involving four players - including one who has retired and left the Blues before Todd Boehly (pictured) took over the club

Chelsea are to rake in a eight-figure sum from deals involving four players - including one who has retired and left the Blues before Todd Boehly (pictured) took over the club

Chelsea are to rake in a eight-figure sum from deals involving four players - including one who has retired and left the Blues before Todd Boehly (pictured) took over the club

The Blues have benefitted from the 2019 sale of Eden Hazard - despite his retirement in October

The Blues have benefitted from the 2019 sale of Eden Hazard - despite his retirement in October

Kepa Arrizabalaga's (centre) loan spell and Hazard's permanent deal have contributed just under £10m for the Blues this season

Kepa Arrizabalaga's (centre) loan spell and Hazard's permanent deal have contributed just under £10m for the Blues this season

Hazard, though one of Chelsea's greatest players in the Premier League era, flopped at Real Madrid, as he struggled for form and fitness before leaving the club last summer.

He then retired from the game at the age of 32 in October, as he decided it was time to 'enjoy (time with my) loved ones and have new experiences'. 

Arrizabalaga meanwhile was brought in to fill in for Thibaut Courtois this season, after the Belgian goalkeeper suffered a serious knee injury. 

However, the Spaniard lost his place in the team back in November to Andriy Lunin, and was third-choice when Courtois returned to fitness at the end of the season. 

Borussia Dortmund also making the Champions League final saw Chelsea benefit due to a clause in Ian Maatsen’s loan deal to the German club, which went through in January after the Dutchman started just three times under Mauricio Pochettino. 

Maatsen earned plaudits for his stint at the Bundesliga club, despite a disappointing Champions League final in which he gave the ball away for Vinicius Jnr to double Real Madrid's lead in the 83rd minute. 

The 23-year-old is widely expected to leave Stamford Bridge and generate more money for the club, given that he has a £35m release clause from the new Chelsea deal he signed before heading out on loan. 

Armando Broja is the fourth player in question, generating an additional £4m due to his lack of game time.

Borussia Dortmund reaching the Champions League final saw Chelsea benefit due to a clause in Ian Maatsen's (left) loan deal to the German club - which went through in January

Borussia Dortmund reaching the Champions League final saw Chelsea benefit due to a clause in Ian Maatsen's (left) loan deal to the German club - which went through in January

Armando Broja's loan to Fulham also reportedly generated an additional £4m

Armando Broja's loan to Fulham also reportedly generated an additional £4m

The striker made just eight substitute appearances for Fulham, after joining the club on loan from Chelsea in January. 

Incoming Chelsea manager Enzo Maresca will have a decision to make on Maatsen, Arrizabalaga and Broja when all three return from their loan spells. 

Chelsea's financial woes were laid bare in the recent accounts, which showed they had the highest operating loss ever. 

It comes as a boost to the Blues who barely remained compliant with the Premier League's profit and sustainability rules

It comes as a boost to the Blues who barely remained compliant with the Premier League's profit and sustainability rules

Chelsea on Monday confirmed the appointment of Enzo Maresca as their new manager

Chelsea on Monday confirmed the appointment of Enzo Maresca as their new manager

Their operating loss was a staggering £249m, almost £100m more than their nearest rival, Leicester, who recorded a £152m deficit.  

They also had the most expensive squad, valued at £1.117billion, and the second-highest wage bill in the top flight of £404m, not far behind Manchester City. 

It also emerged that Chelsea sold a hotel to BlueCo - the consortium led by Todd Boehly and Clearlake who bought the club in May 2022 - for £76.3m in a bid to stay within the Premier League's profit and sustainability rules.

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