CHELSEA’S big-name flops could be booted out as co-owner Todd Boehly wants to end “player power” and support boss Graham Potter.
That’s the claim after Thursday’s 2-1 defeat to Fulham left the Blues tenth with just one win in nine Prem games.
CBS suggest Potter has been “informally assured” by the club board that he’ll be backed to make changes during the transfer window.
And the former Saints boss has pleaded for unity amid Chelsea’s worst run for 12 years
After Fulham landed their first win over the Blues for 16 years, Potter said: “It’s important to stick together and try to get through this tough period.
“It’s really frustrating, incredibly challenging. I feel for the supporters.”
The future of erratic attackers Hakim Ziyech, Christian Pulisic and Kai Havertz could come under the fiercest spotlight.
And although Joao Felix’s red card on his debut proved costly against the Cottagers, Chelsea are prepared to spend big to sign him permanently.
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That’s if the loan winger from Atletico Madrid continues to impress as he did for the first 58 minutes.
The Blues are also eyeing £35million-rated PSV wideman Noni Madueke.
Potter reportedly also trailed the 20-year-old Londoner, an ex-Spurs youngster, when he managed Brighton.