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From hero to rip off - How Chelsea's five most expensive signings have fared

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The Ukraine international has become one of the Blues' most expensive signings after arriving at Stamford Bridge from Shakhtar Donetsk for £62million, a fee that could rise to £88m depending on performances

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Morata became the latest number nine charged with the task of delivering goals on a consistent basis for Chelsea when he joined from Real Madrid in the summer of 2017

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Alvaro Morata, £59.4m

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It is easy to forget, after the chequered spell that Kepa has experienced at Stamford Bridge, that the £72m Chelsea paid Athletic Bilbao for his services in 2018 made him the most expensive goalkeeper in the world

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Kepa Arrizabalaga, £72m

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The German looked like an expensive flop playing under former Blues boss Frank Lampard after arriving in the summer of 2020, but his compatriot Thomas Tuchel got him performing more like the player Chelsea paid Bayer Leverkusen £72m for

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Kai Havertz, £72m

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The jury is still out on Fofana, who came of age as an accomplished central defender during two years at Leicester

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Wesley Fofana, £72.4m

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Lukaku apparently left his heart behind in Italy and he scored just eight goals in the Premier League before returning to Inter Milan on loan

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Romelu Lukaku, £101.7m

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Fenerbahce’s Enner Valencia caught Vedat Muriqi and Serdar Dursun in half season

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