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Written By Albert Echatah

Mauricio Pochettino’s debut season at EPL giants Chelsea has been mixed.


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Chelsea have appeared to be a team that is still getting established, as evidenced by their 4-1 victory over rivals Tottenham and their thrilling 4-4 draw with Manchester City, respectively, as well as their low points, which include their most recent matchup with Newcastle United.

And while some people may be concerned about that as we approach the halfway point, this project, which the Argentinian has taken over, was never going to see a miraculous reversal.

Supporters are already unjustly on the players’ and staff’s backs after one poor performance, especially after the thrilling 12th-place finish from the previous season.

Some are advocating for further funding for a team that has already received £1 billion in funding in January. It’s unclear at this point if Pochettino needs it, but in order to bring players in, he will need to make room and pay for them.

Having said that, Trevoh Chalobah, Malang Sarr, Ian Maatsen, Armando Broja and Noni Madueke could depart from Stamford Bridge during the January transfer window.

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Meanwhile…

Erik ten Hag is anxious to prevent Jadon Sancho from making a “empty gesture,” therefore Manchester United is apparently willing to accept a “significant loss” on him.

Sancho has a disruptive impact on the rest of United’s team, according to manager Ten Hag, who is determined to get rid of the winger.

This season, Sancho and Ten Hag had a nasty falling out, with the Dutchman publicly criticizing his player in the media for his lack of effort in practice. After spending £73 million on him in 2021, United is now willing to suffer a “significant loss” on the player in the January transfer window.

(football.london)

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