Pochettino reveals conditions for taking over at Chelsea next season

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Pochettino reveals conditions for taking over at Chelsea next season

UFABET hit the news Mauricio Pochettino, former Paris Saint-Germain manager. Will agree to take charge of Chelsea only. If club owner Todd Bohly agrees to give the Argentine coach the right to decide on inbound and outbound transfers, otherwise he will. is another person. Who has withdrawn from the orbit of this event

In the past, many top coaches have dropped out of Chelsea’s options, whether it’s Zinedine Zidane, Julian Nagelsmann or Luis Enrique, which until now. It is said that the Singha team has only 3-4 left to choose from. Such as Pochettino (unemployed), Vincent Kompany (Burnley), Ange Postecoglou ( Celtic) or Ruben Amorim (Sporting Lisbon)

Recently, the Daily Express reports that Pochettino has told Chelsea.

That if he wants to take the job at Stamford Bridge, he will have to take care of important things. like having the right to have a voice in buying new players Including the selection of old players from the team

Pochettino will never accept this job. If only acting as a head coach Supervise training sessions and arrange teams for each game. And then have to wait for new players from the management’s recruitment, where many deals may not meet the needs of a coach like him.

If Chelsea opens the green light to give him this right Negotiations will enter the final stage. And after it’s done, the first deal that Pochettino has to deal with is Joao Felix. The Portuguese striker borrowed from Atletico Madrid, whether there will be an outright purchase or not. After the overall form of the players is consider not bad. But there are only 2 small net break statistics out of 15 games

It is thought that many of the deals in the past two markets. Which Bohly has spent over £550m in total, many have come from management’s choice. Not from the needs of the coach, such as Michailo Mudric, Benoit Badia Shield, Andre Santos, Noni Madueke, or even releasing Jorginho. to Arsenal as well.