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Exclusive: Pressure firmly on Chelsea boss Pochettino if key target is not achieved this season.



According to TEAMtalk, Mauricio Pochettino is facing mounting pressure at Chelsea, and his position may be jeopardized if the club fails to qualify for the Champions League this season.


Chelsea’s dismal start to the Premier League season continued on Saturday at St. James’ Park, where the club was defeated 4-1 by Newcastle, much to the dismay of the club’s supporters.


As a consequence, manager Pochettino is under increased pressure, and some supporters are beginning to question whether he is the most qualified candidate for the position. Although Chelsea’s objective is to return to the Champions League for the upcoming season, the club is presently mired in tenth place, 12 points behind the four teams in first place.


Despite a substantial summer expenditure, their current situation is more dire than it was at this juncture of the previous campaign, and they are in imminent danger of missing out on Europe entirely.


The Blues’ leadership is unequivocally expressing their support for the Argentine, notwithstanding his lackluster performances, and stating that they will grant him an extended period to rectify the challenges that his squad is experiencing.Nevertheless, club sources have consistently maintained the position that increasing pressure will ensue should Champions League qualification no longer be achievable.

As a consequence of the Newcastle loss, the former Tottenham manager also declared that he would not grant the players a day off and that they would return to training immediately.


As opposed to this, the squad has been granted two days off as originally planned, further causing perplexity among individuals affiliated with the club.


Arteta is enraged as the Chelsea icon ‘insists’ on the matter. Pochettino signs an Arsenal target who may return for Mudryk.


The hierarchy of Chelsea will support Pochettino during the January transfer window.

Despite being cognizant of the significant shortcomings that have been evident this season, Chelsea’s players genuinely appreciate working under Pochettino and are optimistic that the 51-year-old can lead the club forward from its current predicament. As demonstrated by the lengthy tenure of former manager Graham Potter, the proprietors are patient and will grant any manager an extended period of time.


The American owners are confident in their strategy and believe they have the most qualified manager to cultivate the youthful talent that comprise their workforce. The Chelsea manager is currently preparing for the January transfer window, during which the club’s top priority is to acquire a striker. Time will be on his side.


Additionally, Christopher Nkunku and Romeo Lavia are expected to return to the team following injury, which has generated considerable anticipation in Cobham.


Nkunku joined Chelsea in the summer from RB Leipzig, and in the brief period he has had the opportunity to train with the club since sustaining a knee injury in August, he has reportedly already demonstrated his talent and capability, according to sources.