English Premier League side, Chelsea generated an income of €250 million following the sale of 16 players including Super Eagles players Kenneth Omeruo and Ola Aina.

The income has been considered the biggest transfer profit of any club in the last two windows according to a new study by CIES Football Observatory.

During the period under review Chelsea spent €45 million to sign Mateo Kovacic from Real Madrid on a permanent basis last July, bringing a positive balance of €205 million, more than any other club in the world.

Chelsea made five million euros following the sale of Omeruo to La Liga side Leganes while Torino paid ten million euros for Aina to Italy with both contributing six percent to Chelsea’s total incomes last July.

Portuguese side Benfica are next with a positive balance of €166m, followed by Ajax Amsterdam (+137m), Sporting CP (+92m) and Red Bull Salzburg (+75m).

In the French Ligue Lille which parades Victor Osimhen’s generated a net profit of €69 million while Samuel Kalu’s Bordeaux are second with 37 million euros.