With a hefty transfer budget offered to Chabukiani at the beginning of the season, he has finally put it to use beyond the free transfers signed earlier in the window.
Chabukiani has now gone all out guns blazing with fee-paid transfers - spending approximately £20million on four new players.
The first of which is a new goalkeeper, which was compulsory following Ben Foster's retirement and new career as a goalkeeping coach at Horsfall Stadium.
This led to the signing of long-time Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet. The giant Belgian keeper was placed on the transfer list at Anfield by Dutch gaffer Frank de Boer for a fee of £1.6million.
The Belgian spent seven years at Liverpool before his ultimate departure to Bradford, and despite coming under fire for regular mistakes, he was mostly a reliable keeper for The Reds. He played eighteen games last season before signing a three-year deal at Horsfall Stadium.
With Aston Villa dead and buried in last season's calamitous season, The Villains find themselves losing many of their best players as they get ready for life in the second tier.
Adam Chabukiani took advantage of the want-away atmosphere at Villa Park and snapped up England star Jack Grealish for a cut-price deal of £8million.
The 24-year-old spent nine years at the club after coming through their academy structure. In this years EURO 2020 tournament, he finished with the highest amount of assists as England went on to beat Italy in the Final to lift their first ever European Championship title, two years after their second World Cup win.
He is part of a youth revolution in England as the side have dominated the world for four years now and Grealish has been a pivotal part in that, with Bradford Park Avenue fans delighted with the capture of the 24-year-old winger.
Despite not having as much reputation in the world of football, Bradford PA have signed up PSV Eindhoven wonderkid Marc Kuijpers for a bargain price of £57,000.
A 6'6" target man, Kuijpers grew up under a PSV academy, renowned for its development of footballing greats in the striker department, like Ruud van Nistelrooy and Ronaldo.
He will be playing in the Under-21's for now, but can expect a potential first-team spot for him in the future.
Back to Aston Villa, though, and Jake Cooper has also followed Jack Grealish up north from the Midlands to Yorkshire as he signs for Bradford PA for a fee of £4million.
He signed for The Villains in 2018 in a £9million move from Reading and was promoted with Aston Villa in his first season there, as promised. But an immediate relegation from the top-flight left Cooper feeling betrayed by the clubs' promises and wanted away from Villa Park.
Although never transfer-listed, Chabukiani was aware of many of Villa's players' unhappiness through agents that he became friends with. This led to Avenue being the first team in for the talented centre-back and the 25-year-old is set for another season in the Premier League - except with Bradford Park Avenue.
Finally, the most recent move is the £6.5million transfer of Lewis Cook from Leicester City.
The brilliant midfielder learnt his trade in West Yorkshire through Leeds United's famous Thorp Arch academy system. He grew up playing alongside the likes of Charlie Taylor, Fabian Delph and even former Bradford PA loanee Kalvin Phillips, so is familiar with his surroundings.
Throughout his career at Leeds, many clubs tried to poach him, but last season he finally bagged a move to Leicester City for a fee of £7.25million. Last season, Cook played every single league game in the Premier League as he achieved ten assists as Fernando Hierro led the team into 12th place.
Unimpressed with the treatment of his teammates, Cook found himself unhappy at King Power Stadium and was placed on the transfer-list. Chabukiani swooped in for the 23-year-old and is now tied down to a three year deal at Horsfall Stadium, valued at £9.25million now.