The Special One has sold the players he didn’t even want to fund expensive moves for the stars that Chelsea really need.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has bolstered his squad this summer with the Blues splashing out just over £80m on five new signings.
Brazil left-back Filipe Luis and Spain striker Diego Costa both joined from La Liga champions Atletico Madrid, while former Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas was recruited from Barcelona.
The Stamford Bridge club also added Mario Pasalic on the cheap and secured the services of club legend Didier Drogba on a free transfer.
All in all, Chelsea have spent quite a lot, so how will they get around the new FFP rules? Easy, just look at their other dealings in the transfer market over the past eight months…
£18m for Kevin De Bruyne from VfL Wolfsburg
Chelsea got rid of De Bruyne in January, after he made just three Premier League appearances for the Blues.
An £11.3m profit was made on the 23-year-old, who had moved to Stamford Bridge from Genk two years earlier.