Premier League chief executive, Richard Masters has told Chelsea to sell players in the summer in a bid to balance their books after spending £600m on new signings this season.
Chelsea co-owner Todd Boehly splashed out £323m in the January transfer window.
Last summer, Wesley Fofana, Marc Cucurella and Raheem Sterling arrived at Stamford Bridge.
Masters, speaking at the Financial Times Business of Football Summit, addressed Boehly and Chelsea’s transfer policy.
“I am not here to defend them. The new owners have owned the club for less than a year, they’ve had two transfer windows. You need to judge the football club after three or four years.
“They might have bought, they would argue probably they have a different transfer policy to the previous regime – younger players, longer contracts and lower wages.
“Obviously within our rules, it is a test over a 12-month period so the question is whether they are going to sell some of their existing players in the next window.
“I don’t have the answer to that question, I’m certainly not here to defend them but you have to judge these things over a period of time,” Masters said.
Chelsea are currently 10th in the Premier League standings.
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