Chelsea under a new ownership will undergo another form of transformation, but this time, it might be towards a negative and deteriorating direction. Most of the quality players in Chelsea are drawing interest from another club and might likely leave the club during the summer transfer. The likes of Rudiger, James, Lukaku, Azpilicueta are likely to leave the club in the summer transfer window.
The sad news here is that Chelsea is not making any serious move to sign any quality player so far, and this might be an issue for Thomas Tuchel. New ownership in the club means a new system, and this new system might not favor Chelsea compared to the time of Roman Abramovich.
So far, the Todd Boehlys consortium is the most favorite bidder who could turn out to be the new Chelsea owner. According to Forbes, Todd has a net worth of $4.5 billion, the American net worth cannot be compared to that of Roman who is approximately two times richer than him.
Chelsea might witness a setback in signing quality players next season, and continuing with the players currently in the club without a new change might make next season a bit of hassle for Thomas Tuchel. Also, setting things up in the club is another factor that might make the board not consider going for any quality and expensive player in the summer transfer window.