Chelsea co-owner, Todd Boehly confronted the players in the dressing room following a 2-1 defeat to Brighton last Saturday.
Boehly labelled their season as “embarrassing”, according to the UK Telegraph.
The loss to the Seagulls was the Blues’ third defeat on the bounce since Frank Lampard came in as caretaker manager.
After the game, Boehly decided to go into the dressing room to speak with the players along with co-owner Behdad Eghbali and Hansjorg Wyss.
After waiting for Lampard to finish his post-match speech, Boehly took over and told the team their performances had been “embarrassing”.
The American also reminded them that he had spent £600m to build a winning side and they had not lived up to expectations.