Graham Potter's immediate future at Chelsea is not under threat, but sources have confirmed that those in charge at Chelsea have made it clear that things need to improve soon.Graham Potter was told very clearly top-four was the target when he arrived at Chelsea. But also that his job didn’t depend on it.This cames as Chelsea are optimistic N'Golo Kante will sign a new deal, but there is currently not the same feeling over Jorginho with the club braced for the possibility of him leaving on a free transfer this summer.The club is focused on extending both N'Golo Kante and Mason Mount's deal, with the club set to reopen talks with Mount this month.Despite N'Golo Kante likely staying, Chelsea are committed to signing at least one big-money midfielder either this month or during the summer.Moises Caicedo and Alexis McAllister are alternative targets to Enzo for January. Rice and Bellingham are summer targets but not rated as frontrunners for either player at this time.
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