Chelsea comes from spending a large amount of money on reinforcements such as Enzo Fernandez, Moses Caicedo, Michael Mudryk and company. However, the truth is that the London team’s progress this season has not been what was expected by any means. That’s why Mauricio Pochettino its technical director, wants to work.
As the ship sinks in the middle of the English Premier League standings, Pochettino is already planning what Chelsea’s next two transfer windows will look like. And, more than continuing to think about possible reinforcements, the main focus at the moment is some names that have all the tickets bought to leave.
Plain and simple, and, as reported by the British media ‘The Telegraph’ in the last few hours, the coaching staff led by the aforementioned Argentine technical director is thinking of placing the transferable sign no less and not less than five members of the squad. Chelsea professional. Yes, Pochettino doesn’t plan to mess around.
The question list starts with the number of Trevoh Chalobah, a 24-year-old central defender born in Sierra Leone, although naturalized in English. The player, who has played for Ipswich Town, Huddersfield Town and Lorient, has had no minutes at Chelsea this season and is wanted by Bayern Munich.
At the same time, two other defenders are in the same situation in Chalobah. We are talking about Ian Maatsena 21-year-old Dutch left back who returned after a loan spell at Burnley and played nine games this season, and Malang Sarr a 24-year-old French defender who did not film after his return from Monaco.
Then comes the turn of Armando Broja, an intriguing 22-year-old Albanian forward who knows how to emerge as a true young prodigy. In any case, the striker’s progress has stalled despite the fact that he has seen action in six games so far this season with Chelsea. He previously played on loan at Vitesse and Southampton.
The last case is the most particular: Noni Madueke. The thing is that, at the beginning of the year, Chelsea paid almost £ 30 million for his arrival. However, the winger has only been involved in an isolated and irregular way in the first team of the Blues, who are willing to listen to formal offers for the 21-year-old man.
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Mauricio Pochettino’s team is tenth in the current season in the English Premier League, with only 16 points from 13 games played.