​REVEALED: Chelsea paid £21m to acquire Potter and staff from Brighton

2H8RBG9 LONDON, GBR DEC 1ST Graham Potter, manager of Brighton & Hove Albion greets the fans after the Premier League match between West Ham United and Brighton and Hove Albion at the London Stadium, Stratford on Wednesday 1st December 2021. (Credit: Juan Gasparini | MI NEWS) Credit: MI News & Sport /Alamy Live News

Chelsea have shelled out a tremendous sum to secure their dream managerial candidate.

The Blues have sacked German coach Thomas Tuchel and appointed ex-Brighton boss Graham Potter.

According to the BBC, Brighton have received £21million to release Graham Potter and his staff from their contracts.

Chelsea co-owner Todd Boehly is said to have not had a good relationship with Tuchel this summer and at the start of the season.

The club also believes that Potter is the man who can help spearhead a long-term project to ensure success on the pitch.

While Brighton will be scrambling to find a replacement, they have received a significant financial compensation for their troubles.

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