The amount of money that Chelsea spends on transfers isn't a problem. It turns into one when they buy lots of young potentials and send them on loan, not giving them a chance until they switch clubs.
What's the point of buying players if you're not going to give them a chance to prove themselves? Obviously, Chelsea haven't considered the possibility of reducing their squad list and saving some money. There is at least 10 footballers who could play for the best teams of the Premier League out on loan, but Mourinho sends them away anyway.
Romelu Lukaku scored 12 goals for Everton this season, while Demba Ba, Samuel Eto'o and Torres together scored 15 goals. Ba was declared to be the best signing of 2011-12 season, scoring 16 goals for his side Newcastle, while in this season, he started only two games.
Fernando Torres shouldn't have made a move, regardless his lumionous goalscoring skills shown at Anfield and considering the rivalry of the two clubs. Instead of buying a youngster who could turn in a first-team player in a year or two, the club spent £50 million pounds on the Spaniard's signature.
Another example of Chelsea's bad purchasing skills is Kevin De Bruyne. I'm not saying he was a bad signing, on the contrary. But why would Chelsea buy an attacking midfielder if they've already had Juan Mata and Oscar? This guy will be one of the Belgium's main players on the World Cup and he has made only 3 caps for the club in 2 years. The same thing is happening to Marko Marin, who's currently on loan. Suprised?
There is still plenty of cases like this, such as Gael Kakuta, Lucas Piazon and Victor Moses, among the others. They should stop with this policy on Stamford Bridge and reduce the first team, creating an equal chances for all of the players at the club.
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