For years now,Chelsea has been selling certain good players saying they are past their prime and can not deliver.However,most of these players have joined other teams and gone ahead to prove that they are not the problem rather it is Chelsea.Top of the list is Tammy Abraham who was sold this summer and replaced with Lukaku.While at Chelsea,Tammy only managed three goals and zero assists in two seasons.At current club As Roma,the England international has already managed five goals and three assists in two months.Second is France international Oliver Giroud who was sold to Ac Milan for allgedly being too old.He has proved Chelsea wrong in just four weeks scoring four goals and providing two assists.Third is Scottish midfielder Billy Gilmour who was left on the bench at Chelsea for not being good.He is currently putting in man of the match performances and winning games at Norwich.Last but not least is Fikiyo Tomori who barely started a game for the blues but is now Ac Milan's main defender starting all games.
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