Graham Potter, the head coach of Chelsea, made an important revelation about the 2022 preseason, overseen by previous Blues manager Thomas Tuchel, during the pre-match news conference ahead of the London derby match against Tottenham Hotspur.
I was interested in an intriguing story about Enzo Fernandez on Friday morning.
Worried that other superclubs would want to sign the World Cup champion from Argentina, Chelsea has intensified their pursuit of him.
Among the prospective suitors who would have made an effort to acquire Enzo at the end of the season are six undisclosed Champions League competitors.
Even if things were not going well at Stamford Bridge in 2022–2023, I think signing the 22–year–old will be a smart move in the end.
Jude Bellingham and Declan Rice’s names were once more suggested as still on the West London club’s list of potential summer additions.
Together with Enzo, they were on a list of nine candidates in January. The same piece makes the case that Bellingham will be highly sought after during the upcoming transfer window.
The 19-year-old will face competition from top teams like Manchester City and Real Madrid for their services.
Chelsea Head Coach Graham Potter Makes Significant Statement About Thomas Tuchel
The Chelsea fan base may not have been pleased with Potter’s jokes at his news conference when he apologized for being late and mockingly claimed to have just left a crisis meeting considering the present on-field situation.
Based on the team’s comments, Potter claimed that the preseason under former manager Thomas Tuchel had been bad. According to players, the warm-up period under the German coach was the “worst ever.”
This information raises concerns about whether Potter is trying to justify his team’s subpar play and bad strategy since taking over by blaming Tuchel’s preseason.