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“THE Need the leave my Club in January with immediate effect I don’t want to see them anylonger – Chelsea owner Todd Boehly has instructed Pochettino to get Rid of FIVE FLOPS players

5 Chelsea players might depart in January as Mauricio Pochettino gets ready for a Β£115 million clearout –
The start of Mauricio Pochettino’s first season at Chelsea has been mixed. They have appeared to be a team that is still getting established, as evidenced by their 4-1 victory over rivals Tottenham and their 4-4 tie with Manchester City, respectively, as well as their low points, which include their most recent matchup with Newcastle United.

And while some people may be concerned about that as we approach the halfway point, this project, which the Argentinian has taken over, was never going to see a miraculous reversal. Supporters are already unjustly on the players’ and staff’s backs after one poor performance, especially after the thrilling 12th-place finish from the previous season.

Some are advocating for further funding for a team that has already received Β£1 billion in funding in January. It’s unclear if Pochettino actually needs that, but if he wants to bring in players, he’ll need to make room and pay for them. Having said that, the following five players could depart from Stamford Bridge during the January transfer window:

Chalobah Trevoh

Trevoh Chalobah is yet to play this season after sustaining an injury late in the preseason. Trevoh Chalobah may yet struggle to return to the Chelsea starting lineup despite the Blues’ startlingly bad defensive plays.

Rumours about him joining teams like Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund have subsided recently while he continues to demonstrate his fitness, despite the fact that they have been circulating for a few months despite his injury. It’s quite feasible that he remains and tries to push his way back in following the holidays, but it’s also possible that he leaves in January if the appropriate deal materializesβ€”the Blues are apparently demanding Β£25 million.

Malang Sarr

Malang Sarr, who has played in just eight Premier League games for Chelsea in his four years there, is one of the club’s worst-ever acquisitions. He was so far down the roster that Mauricio Pochettino forgot he was even there.

Although he appeared to be an excellent defensive addition from Nice in 2020, the star’s time at Stamford Bridge has never really worked out. He played on loan at AS Monaco in Ligue 1 during the previous season, but he returned to Chelsea this summer after the team was unable to secure a suitable transfer for him.

Maatsen Ian

When it comes to his future with the Blues, the Dutch star hasn’t left much to speculation. He nearly departed in the summer to return to Burnley, where he trained under Vincent Kompany for the entire previous campaign. However, he turned down a Β£30 million offer from Chelsea to attempt and compete for a spot in Pochettino’s starting lineup.

After a spectacular preseason in the United States, it appeared that he had gone a long way towards locking down that spot. However, in seven cameo appearances since then, he has only amassed 106 Premier League minutes, five of which have lasted 13 minutes or less.

The teenage player discussed his future with the team in an interview conducted during the international break, saying to Dutch publication AD: “I still think it’s possible to play more at Chelsea.” It’s hard to accept that [you won’t play] because, as a young guy, you always want more.

“The manager’s remarks give me confidence, and I’m prepared when the chance arises. I have to keep my options open in the interim. Later on, I might have to make a tough choice, but Chelsea will also inform me.

The player may yet sign a new contract and be sent out on loan in January, according to more recent rumours. However, it’s unlikely that he’ll want to become just another cog in the massive Chelsea loan machine that rival and Blues supporters have grown accustomed to over the years.

Broja Armando

Armando Broja has quietly become a coveted commodity on the transfer market after making his comeback from a severe ACL injury sustained in the previous season, when he scored in just 19 minutes against Fulham. Both West Ham and the Cottagers are interested in the 22-year-old, and they have been rather transparent about their interest in the player.

The Albanian international may leave Stamford Bridge despite Mauricio Pochettino’s admiration for him during the season; the Blues are reportedly offering Β£30 million for him. Given that Nicolas Jackson is still ahead of him and that many people want Pochettino to have access to more seasoned offensive alternatives, it’s feasible that Broja will move on without any fault of his own.

Madueke Noni

once paying Β£30 million to join the Blues in January of this year, there’s a chance that, once Cole Palmer joins the team, he will go on loan after a year. Despite some strong recent Young Lions performances, the former PSV Eindhoven star has practically been pushed to the sidelines by his countryman.

His only real run-outs have been in the Carabao Cup, where he has not been given much playing time despite scoring the equaliser against AFC Wimbledon in the second round via penalty kick. He has played just three minutes in Chelsea’s last three league games.

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