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Chelsea's 2022-23 signings RANKED: Mykhailo Mudryk already a MAJOR concern but Enzo Fernandez looks the real deal

Chelsea have shattered every transfer record in the book this season, forking out a staggering £600 million ($749m) on a grand total of 17 players.

Nine of those came in before Thomas Tuchel's sacking last September, and the club's new owners provided his successor Graham Potter with a huge January war chest to bring in the remaining eight.

French full-back Malo Gusto and Brazilian wonderkid Andrey Santos were among those to sign for Chelsea in the winter window, with the former sent straight back to Lyon on loan and the latter taking up a similar offer at Vasco da Gama until the summer.

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The rest of the new additions have all made their debuts for the Blues, either at senior or Under-21 level, but very few have been able to make a big impact.

Potter was dismissed at the start of April due to his failure to gel the new squad together. Now, club legend Frank Lampard has been brought back to steady the ship as interim boss before Potter's permanent replacement tries to succeed where he failed in the summer.

Amid the ongoing chaos in west London, GOAL assesses how all of Chelsea's new signings have fared in their first few months at the club...

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