Pochettino Make STAND On Potential Chelsea January Signings

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Mauricio Pochettino has confirmed his stand concerning Chelsea signings in the January window, MySportDab reports.

The Blues are set to miss Nicolas Jackson who is expected to represent Senegal for the AFCON tournament in January.

Chelsea have been rumored to be interested in visiting the market once again as Mauricio Pochettino make his stand.

There isn’t much when it comes to making adding at Chelsea with them already with so many young players on every position.

The Blues also have options in the number nine position which they could call on Washington to take up the role if Armando Broja is out.

Despite the massive quality on the team, there have been talks that there could be more signing as the January window approach for business.

Meanwhile the Blues are also boosted with some returning players who have been injured since the beginning of the season.

According to reports reaching us from Fabrizio Romano, he confirmed Mauricio Pochettino stand concerning Chelsea decision to go into the transfer market in January.

Here Is What Was Said:

“I will be involved — it’s not only about my advice, it’s about sharing after 6 months with owners and directors”.

“Decisions that we take is because we all agree”.

“If we detect something we need to improve, then we are more than open”.

Chelsea are linked with a number of players as they could be exploring the option of a new wing back with Reece James and Marc Cucurella absent.

There have been some names drawn up which includes Ivan Toney and Victor Osimhen concerning the number nine position.

It is unknown if they would make any move as both players are tagged too expensive to make the move happen in January.

Mauricio Pochettino isn’t worried as he have the backings which could see them decide on bringing in some addition if they are needed badly.

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