Chelsea has been rapidly growing its roster. During the most recent management of the ownership, the club has spent around one billion pounds across three transfer windows, and another transfer window is on the horizon.
In a move that is truly unprecedented, Chelsea intends to acquire two new wingers during the forthcoming transfer window in the month of January. On the other hand, the club recognizes that it is necessary to offload players in order to maintain this influx of acquisitions. Players such as Ian Maatsen, Noni Madueke, and Trevoh Chalobah are among those who may be leaving within the near future.
In the event that Noni Madueke retires, it would appear that a loan agreement might be in the works. Graham Potter, who was Pochettino’s predecessor as manager, is mentioned in the paper as having shown a significant amount of interest in Madueke’s recruitment opportunity. The club may contemplate a loan deal for the 21-year-old player if they receive an enticing offer, despite the fact that the player has a lengthy contract with Chelsea.