“I love the way he played on the pitchhe is just 22 years and handles the ball like a Pro”–Mauricio Pochettino wants to start using 22-year-old Chelsea star in upcoming games.
“I love the way he played on the pitch,” Mauricio Pochettino said of the 22-year-old Chelsea star, according to reports.
According to reports, Mauricio Pochettino is now looking to the rest of his team to decide who will start in forthcoming games.
According to the Evening Standard, the manager now wants to play Armando Broja in the coming weeks as he attempts to get some results out of his team as the fixtures pile up.
Broja has returned to the bench in recent weeks after appearing to suffer a setback in his initial return to full fitness.
After suffering an ACL injury in December of last year, the striker was out for the better part of a year.
While he scored on his comeback against Fulham, he has failed to unseat Nicolas Jackson as a first-team regular.
The Senegal international scored four goals in the two games preceding the international break, earning him a spot in the squad that travelled to Newcastle last weekend.
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However, he was once again a non-factor in the thrashing, leading many to assume that the manager should look elsewhere for his number nine.
Pochettino is said to be thinking about it, with reports claiming that he wants to see more of the Albania international in the coming weeks.
The Blues are ready to play Brighton this weekend in an attempt to avenge their Saturday defeat.
With Chelsea facing an opponent who has been in action three days earlier in Europe, this could be the ideal occasion to give Broja his third start of the season.
The reports continue to point to Chelsea attempting to sign a striker in January or at the end of the season.