Chelsea’s plans for the upcoming January transfer window were made public by Pochettino.
Pochettino has now acknowledged what we all already knew, and the next pit stop will be in January. Plans exist for Chelsea.
When asked for the 100th time in a row what people above him are thinking after a poor start, he responded, “The good thing, the relationship with the owners and the sporting directors is very good.”
After that, he continued, “I think like I told before, when the transfer window was closed, now I need to be involved, more involved, in every single decision.” “I believe we should begin deciding what we need for January.”
One option is to admit guilt. The head coach finally acknowledged that the market holds the key after a month of experts and supporters asking how such enormous sums of money could be spent and the goalscoring problem still not be resolved.
Although a striker is not mentioned specifically, Chelsea clearly needs someone to convert the abundance of opportunities—including half chances—that they are producing. This is advantageous for many people, and with good cause.
Chelsea appears to be resuming their market offensive in an effort to outperform their competitors. However, it is a public admission that in fact there are issues that cannot be resolved within the squad. Keep in mind that they will be doing the same thing, so this isn’t really a secret.
Chelsea, London, as a source