Jeremie Boga was sold to Sassuolo in 2018 by Chelsea for a fee of around £3.5m with an agreed £13m buy-back option.

In his two seasons with Sassuolo, Boga scored 14 goals and impressed everyone with his penetration, pace, and his finishing.

With his excellent form in the past two seasons, Boga has garnered interest from Napoli, AS Roma, Atlanta, and many french clubs.

This year in the month of May, there were rumours of Chelsea thinking of exercising their buy-back option for the player who is currently valued around £25m.

Marina Granovskaia decided against the buyback option but decided to change the buy-back option to a sell-on clause. This shrewd sell-on clause will see Chelsea claim somewhere in the range of 10-15 per cent of any agreed fee.

Sassuolo has set an asking price of £25m, with quite a few clubs lurking around to lure Boga. The competition among clubs may well see the price go up. This in turn will benefit Chelsea, Chelsea would see an amount of £3m – £4.5m crediting in their account for Boga’s sale.

Wherever Boga ends up this summer it will benefit Chelsea, the amount would definitely help Chelsea to cover the yearly salary of one of the star players.