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Breaking: Chelsea may be feeling guilty about selling a certain £1 million player who has begun to eclipse their record-breaking £60 million acquisition Cole Palmer.

Breaking: Chelsea may be feeling guilty about selling a certain £1 million player who has begun to eclipse their record-breaking £60 million acquisition Cole Palmer.

Despite their team’s dismal performances in previous Premier League games, Chelsea fans have had an emotional rollercoaster over the past month due to their team’s thrilling FA Cup victory over Aston Villa.

There has been a discernible lack of consistency under manager Mauricio Pochettino, particularly in terms of defensive flaws and an inability to convert scoring opportunities.

Cole Palmer, a summer transfer, is the only Chelsea player to score ten goals or more in any competition this year, which is not good for the team’s standing.

Olivier Giroud, who was sold for a meager £1 million a few years ago, has unexpectedly performed better this season than Chelsea’s current roster.

Even though Giroud won the World Cup and was France’s top goal scorer throughout his brilliant career, his exit from the team exposes more serious problems.

Giroud’s reduced playing time at Arsenal following Alexandre Lacazette’s arrival made Chelsea’s £18 million acquisition of him in 2018 seem reasonable.

Giroud made a substantial impact for Chelsea during his time there, scoring 39 goals and dishing out 14 assists in 119 games, or 0.44 goal involvements per game on average—a respectable return on investment.

Even though Giroud wasn’t the most well-known player at Chelsea, his six goals in the Champions League highlighted his value, and his arrival was timed to coincide with the team’s second Champions League triumph.

Nevertheless, considering his age, his subsequent £1 million transfer to AC Milan now seems ill-advised given his outstanding performances since joining the Italian team.

After joining AC Milan, Giroud quickly adjusted to his new surroundings and was essential to the team’s success, helping them win their first Serie A championship in eleven years.

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