Chelsea surprised their fans with the deadline day capture of young Nantes defender Papy Djilobodji in a £3m deal.
Signed as a late alternative to Everton’s John Stones, pundits are already tipping the 26-year-old to mostly be warming the bench this term.
And having named their stock for the upcoming Champions League campaign, nobody is surprised to see that the Senegal international hasn’t been selected.
Submitted to UEFA on Tuesday, the list includes new signings Radamel Falcao, Pedro Rodriguez, Asmir Begovic, Baba Rahman and Kenedy.
However, Chelsea’s squad is still two men short because of their lack of “locally trained players”.