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Italian sports journalist Fabrizio Romano says Chelsea will not sell Gallagher since he is still admired, but they may sell two of their star players due to Financial Fair Play. Chelsea’s forced January sale makes Gallagher unlikely to join Spur

As long as Chelsea has him, the midfielder is still very valuable, so their London foes have to pay more than Β£60 million to make a deal. Due to Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules, Spurs can’t meet this demand during the winter transfer window because they don’t have enough money. Because of this, they probably won’t go after Gallagher again until the summer. The midfielder has been one of Chelsea’s best players this season and is very important to the team’s middle play. He doesn’t want to leave Chelsea, and Tottenham doesn’t have the money to make sure he moves to North London right now.

Another issue is that Trevah Chalobah’s hurt is still making it impossible for him to leave. Because of an injury to his thigh in August, he has missed 24 games this season. Roma is interested, but Chalobah is likely to stay at Stamford Bridge until the end of his contract in 2028, even though Jose Mourinho, who used to lead Chelsea, is interested.

On the other hand, Ian Maatsen looks like he’s about to leave Chelsea, and Borussia Dortmund is keeping a close eye on his situation. The club’s trade budget would go up if they signed the Dutch player. Chelsea’s current financial plan is to sell players so that they can make room for possible January window purchases.

The manager, Mauricio Pochettino, wants to get better players for the end of the season. But because the team has to follow FFP, they have to get rid of players before adding new ones. Some players being scouted, like Assane Diao, could end up at Brentford, even though the club only has a Β£26 million release option.

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