Under Fire Chelsea Ordered To Pay Brighton and Hove Albion ?7.7 As Compensation; Here’s WHY

The likes of Zak Sturge and Shumaira Mheuka were roped in by Chelsea in the summer of 2022.
Mauricio Pochettino

Mauricio Pochettino.

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Chelsea’s Mauricio Pochettino has been told to pay ?7.7 million to Brighton & Hove Albion for roping in academy products Zak Sturge and Shumaira Mheuka, according to Football Insider. As compensation, the Blues were supposed to pay the money to the Seagulls after a Professional Football Compensation Committee hearing on Tuesday, last week (February 20).
The likes of Zak Sturge and Shumaira Mheuka were roped in by Chelsea in the summer of 2022. But then the duo failed to affirm on the fees. As an initial fee, Pochettino's side will be paying ?900,000 for Zak Sturge.
The money could increase up to ?3.4 million due to many reasons. Identically, Chelsea will have to adjust a previous amount of ?1 million for 16-year-old Shumaira Mheuka, with the sum potentially rising to ?4.25 million.
Mheuka who is a striker is plying his trade for Chelsea's U-18 team while left-back Sturge was given a loan by the Blues to Peterborough United.
Meanwhile, Chelsea midfielder Conor Gallagher has been grabbing interest from a number of Premier League teams with his performances this season.
As per the Metro, the Blues have been seeking to release a few stars in the upcoming summer transfer window. From Stamford Bridge, the likes of Levi Colwill, Armando Broja, Trevoh Chalobah, and Conor Gallagher have been linked to shift their bases.
According to the Daily Mail, Gallagher is curious to stay in west London. The English-based player joined hands with the Stamford Bridge outfit at the age of eight. Earlier, Gallagher was there with Charlton Athletic for a few seasons.
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