BARCELONA, SPAIN - APRIL 24: Fernando Torres (L) of Chelsea passes by goalkeeper Victor Valdes of Barcelona to score the equalizing goal during the UEFA Champions League Semi Final second leg match between FC Barcelona and Chelsea FC at the Camp Nou stadium on April 24, 2012 in Barcelona, Spain. (Photo by Jasper Juinen/Getty Images)
There isn't a whole lot of new news to talk about at the moment, so I thought I'd throw something out there that I've been meaning to do for a while. Last week we took a closer look at FFP and how Chelsea have been approaching it, and it gave us a feel for how the bookkeeping works. Now that you've all had a bit of time to digest that information, I thought I'd look for a little opinion from all of you.
After the jump I've attached a form for you to fill out. Chelsea have signed 16 players with transfer fees of 5 million or more since the accounting for FFP has begun, 13 of who have been bought prior to this summer. I'd like to know your opinions on those 13, and what you would do if you were running the club. Below you'll find all 13 Chelsea players who fit the description I've mentioned, and I've given you the simple choice of keeping them on the books or selling them. Keeping them would include having them in the first team, loaning them out, or keeping them in the U21 ranks. Selling includes just that, selling the player. Have at it, and discuss away. You'll be seeing these results in a post I have planned soon.