In most cases,clubs sell players who are bad and past their prime but this has not been the case with champions league winners Chelsea.The London club really messed up for letting these world class players leave.Top of the list is Egyptian king Mohammed Salah who was sold to Roma by Jose Mourinho in 2013 and is currently one of the best wingers in the world at Liverpool.Second is Belgium's Kevin De Bruyne who was also sold in 2013 by Mourinho to Werder Bremen.He is now one of the best midfielders in the world at premier league champions Manchester City.Third is Eden Hazard who was sold to Spanish giants Real Madrid in 2020.Despite injuries he has regained his incredible form as one of the best forwards in the world.Last but not least is England's Tammy Abraham who was sold this summer to Roma but has gone to prove he is still one of the best strikers in the world.The blues would surely be unbeatable if they still had all these players with them.
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