Chelsea close to signing Mauricio Pochettino in a dream that isn’t Moises Caicedo

Chelsea don’t stop, Chelsea don’t stop, Todd Boehly can’t escape.

How do you follow a season of more than £500 million ($640 million) and a 12th-place finish? Bigger, better and harder. The Blues seem to think that’s the best way for them. To stay ahead of the competition is to drain players from the group and ensure their climb back to the top table in European football.

They tried everything else. This should be worth a shot. Recent history says it is a risk and perhaps not something that will pay off financially. But then Liverpool happened. And the sprouts of what was being mixed together began to show. The Boehly-Clearlake Rulebook It is reading that it has no choice but to continue attacking the market.

This puts them in pursuit of Michael Olise and if it seems Liverpool’s win against both Moises Caicedo and Romeo Lavia isn’t enough. There is now massive action to beat Manchester City. Pep Guardiola lifted Mateo Kovacic, who should have been a draw, and Josko Gvardiol, but Olise is the newest name on the list.

With interest from both teams Chelsea seem to be at the top here. Reports in France suggest personal terms have been agreed with the 21-year-old, and he also prefers a move to London over Manchester. Meanwhile, the Evening Standard said the club were hoping to easily sign a deal worth around £45 million ($57 million).

Football.London says: After using an attacking and left-footed right-footed winger under the Under-22s, Olise immediately felt a little bit ‘because we’ can’t’ ‘because we want to’.

Read more: The Chelsea transfer saga finally came to an end as Romeo Lavia’s ‘deal’ was reached.

Chelsea already have Angelo Gabriel, Diego Moreira, Noi Maduque and Omari Hutchinson in that niche and must see Tudor Mendel. Idowu The high scoring trickster leaves the team for free. in the summer This is partly due to the influx of field space. The pathway for the Academy players was no longer clear.

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