Conor Gallagher, Armando Broja and Noni Madueke, for many different reasons, should leave Chelsea in the winter transfer window.
1. Conor Gallagher
The English midfielder’s appearance on this list is relatively surprising. Conor Gallagher has really impressed in midfield Chelsea recently. The 23-year-old player regularly plays under coach Mauricio Pochettino, even wearing the captain’s armband of “The Blues” many times.
However, since the winter transfer window opened, information related to the future of the 2000-born midfielder has appeared more and more. Tottenham Hotspur is ready to spend big to bring him to North London. Coach Ange Postecoglou believes that Conor Gallagher is suitable for the style of play he is aiming for.
In the context of Financial Fairness laws ready to punish any team, the leadership of the blue shirt team is forced to consider a plan to beautify the books. This could turn Conor Gallagher into a “scapegoat” even though the Argentine strategist does not want it.
2. Armando Broja
Chelsea still plans to sign a midfielder in the near future, so this could lead to the departure of Armando Broja. The player who grew up at Cobham has struggled to win a starting position at Stamford Bridge for a long time, however, he could not convince coach Mauricio Pochettino a>.
Wolverhampton hopes to convince “The Blues” to loan the Albanian international in the second leg of the season. Meanwhile, both West Ham and Fulham are willing to spend heavily to own Armando Broja, despite the 22-year-old striker’s extensive injury history.
Still have to wait for Chelsea’s next move in the transfer market. Nicolas Jackson is currently returning to serve the national team at the Africa Cup of Nations, and Christopher Nkunku has not fully recovered from injury. Obviously, coach Mauricio Pochettino does not want to take risks.
3. Now Madueke
Noni Madueke can leave Chelsea after just one year of joining “The Blues” from PSV Eindhoven. The England U21 international has carried many fans’ expectations since signing with Chelsea in the transfer window last January, but he almost only plays a reserve role at Stamford Bridge.
Poor performance has caused Noni Madueke to face a lot of criticism recently. Many people believe that playing for Chelsea is too much for the young talent born in 2002. He should go to a smaller team to gain more experience before considering asserting himself at big clubs. .
Raheem Sterling and Cole Palmer have been prioritized by coach Mauricio Pochettino since the beginning of the season. Noni Madueke has only had 9 starts in the Premier League up to now. The former PSV player should think about leaving instead of trying to stay at Chelsea.