have been busy splashing the cash in the , leaving many in the game alarmed at the size of their spending spree.
The west Londoners have brought in to boost the first team options available to manager .
The club are hoping the influx of new faces could still squeeze them into one of the positions, but face an uphill task with the Blues currently sat ten points off fourth place.
But exactly how much money have Chelsea spent in the January transfer window?
We take a look at how much the club have dished out in transfer fees so far this month.
How much money have Chelsea spent in the January window?
When looking at the reported transfer fees, Chelsea have spent around £188m on new players so far in the January transfer window.
Their single biggest transfer outlay has been the .
Mudryk had been seemingly on the verge of signing for Arsenal, before Chelsea hijacked the deal and offered a better payment structure to his former club Shakhtar Donetsk.
Chelsea moved quickly to sign deal from Atletico Madrid, but parted with £10m to secure the deal.
French defender for £35m, whilst they also bought in a £29m deal from Dutch side PSV Eindhoven.
18 year-old Brazilian midfielder Andrey Santos set Chelsea back £18m from Vasco de Gama, while Ivorian forward David Datro Fofana cost them £8m from Molde.
Chelsea’s transfer splurge makes them the biggest spenders in the whole of European football in the January transfer window, and is also more than total money spend by Ligue 1, Bundesliga and Serie A teams combined.
Chelsea were also the biggest spenders in the summer transfer window, spending around £278m on players including Raheem Sterling, Marc Cucurella and Wesley Fofana.
Their summer outlay was the biggest in history – smashing their own record from two years previously – meaning that the club have spent over £465m in transfer fees since Todd Boehly purchased the club last spring.
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