Chelsea is looking to create a buzz in the transfer market while eagerly anticipating their first signing of the January transfer window.
Despite a relatively quiet period expected at Stamford Bridge after a substantial summer spending spree that brought in players like Moises Caicedo, Christopher Nkunku, and Cole Palmer, the Blues seem to be exploring options for reinforcement.
Manager Mauricio Pochettino, addressing the speculation around new arrivals, emphasized that the numerous rumors circulating among clubs don’t necessarily reflect the reality.
He expressed contentment with the squad, refuting the notion that selling players is a prerequisite for making acquisitions.
Pochettino remains positive and satisfied with the team, stating that they are working diligently, and if any developments occur, they will be announced.
He highlighted that the team is currently assessing options and maintaining a normal working routine, consistent with the approach since the beginning of the season.
However, despite Pochettino’s remarks, reports suggest that Chelsea is actively pursuing additions to their squad.
The latest link involves Bayern Munich left-back Alphonso Davies.
Initially linked with a move to Real Madrid, Davies has reportedly captured the attention of Chelsea.
The Blues are purportedly looking to capitalize on his contract situation as he enters the final 18 months of his current deal with the Bundesliga champions, potentially making a move for the Canadian international.
The iconic Blues player, John Terry, has urged the club’s owners to exercise patience with manager Mauricio Pochettino.
Terry, who accumulated 15 major honors during his remarkable 19-year tenure in the senior squad at his beloved club, maintains a high level of respect at Stamford Bridge.
Given his deep understanding of what it takes to succeed at Chelsea, the former England defender emphasized the importance of granting Pochettino sufficient time to make his mark.
Speaking at the Globe Soccer Awards, Terry expressed his confidence in Pochettino’s managerial prowess, stating that the former Tottenham Hotspur and Paris Saint-Germain manager can achieve success with the Blues if given the necessary time.
Acknowledging the current distance between Chelsea and the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool, Terry also highlighted the youthfulness of the squad as a contributing factor to their current situation.