Chelsea’s owners will seek to herald a recent midfielder for Graham Potter when the January transfer window opens, in response to reports. Despite an expensive summer that saw the Blues shell out in excess of £270million on eight recent signings, Todd Boehly is adamant the club still have work to do available in the market with the intention to construct a competitive squad able to winning the largest prizes.
Subsequently, Chelsea are willing to right away back their recent boss when the transfer window reopens within the winter after the World Cup.
Potter can even have a giant say on recruitment – meaning he will likely be at the center of transfer business alongside the Chelsea hierarchy, which is predicted to incorporate a recent sporting director.
Based on The Evening Standard, Chelsea have already decided they need to herald a recent midfielder to bolster their numbers in the course of the park.
There’s also a probability the club could look to sign one other backup goalkeeper as Chelsea look to maneuver Kepa Arrizabalaga on after an underwhelming spell in west London.
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Nonetheless, having still failed to achieve an agreement over a salary reduction, Barcelona might be left with no alternative but to maneuver the player on.
Potter can even be on the centre of contract negotiations with several key Chelsea players currently approaching the tip of their deals.
N’Golo Kante, Mason Mount, Jorginho and Edouard Mendy are amongst those currently negotiating with Chelsea.
The futures of Kante and Jorginho specifically are incredibly relevant given Chelsea’s desire to sign further reinforcements in midfield.
Chelsea chief Boehly is alleged to have done his homework on his recent head coach, prior to appointing the 47-year-old tactician.
Back in August when Chelsea were tying up a transfer for Brighton’s Marc Cucurella, Boehly is alleged to have flown to Mykonos in Greece for discussions with the left-back and his agents.
During talks, Boehly is alleged to have shown extensive knowledge and research on the ex-Brighton manager, who he also personally consulted when asking for a personality reference on recent signing Cucurella.
The Blues have also briefed that a top-four finish stays the important goal for Potter this season despite Chelsea’s turbulent begin to the campaign.
Should Potter fail to attain that, Boehly remains to be expected to point out leniency as he has now committed to a long-term project at Stamford Bridge.