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Chelsea’s most expensive starting XI of all time

 

Chelsea’s most expensive starting XI of all time

Chelsea’s most expensive starting XI of all time? who are the most expensive Chelsea players in the Premier League? Silly Season editorial team picks out the most expensive Chelsea players from the Premier League to compile Chelsea’s most expensive starting XI of all time, Ever since Roman Abramovich took over in June 2003, the club transfer fee has been broken five times in Roman’s 12 years (Damien Duff – £17m in July 2003; Didier Drogba – £24m in July 2004; Michael Essien – £24.4m in August 2005; Andriy Shevchenko – £30.8m in May 2006; and Fernando Torres – £50m in January 2011). with that we Now we present you Chelsea’s most expensive starting XI of all time.

Who made Chelsea’s most expensive starting XI of all time?  The stars that make Chelsea’s most expensive starting XI of all time are

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Chelsea’s most expensive starting XI of all time: 4-3-3

Chelsea’s most expensive starting XI of all time formation? We have chosen a 4-3-3 formation based on the Chelsea players value in the Premier League.

Chelsea’s most expensive starting XI of all time? Here are the most expensive Chelsea players from Premier League history with a 4-3-3 formation:

Chelsea’s most expensive starting XI of all time: Goalkeeper:  Asmir Begovic – £8m from Stoke City in 2015

Asmir Begovic is the most expensive goalkeeper in the history of Chelsea Football Club. The 28-year-old Bosnia-Herzegovinia international has been with Pompey for five years, where he went on loan at numerous clubs including Bournemouth, Yeovil Town and Ipswich Town. He managed to make a name for himself at Stoke and made over 150 appearances – recording 50 clean sheets, and even scored this goal in 2013 against Southampton..