The Blues and their new owners are having a very difficult season as the London team has already won just once in their last eight games.
Due to Chelsea's current Premier League standing and elimination from both domestic cup competitions, the names of Roman Abramovich and Thomas Tuchel have been often chanted by Blues supporters in recent weeks.
Fabrizio Romano reports that despite the London club's recent performance, the American owners will continue to support Potter and will stand by the person they selected to succeed Tuchel at the beginning of the season.
Potter's job is currently safe, according to Romano, who also claims that the Blues were interested in Mauricio Pochettino after firing Tuchel in his daily briefing piece for CaughtOffside.com.
The transfer expert stated: “As of now, Chelsea are still protecting their manager Graham Potter. There is no change in their position – this is as of a few minutes after the defeat to Fulham last night. There were contacts with both Mauricio Pochettino and Potter when Chelsea decided to replace Thomas Tuchel, but Potter was the top priority.”
Source link https://www.caughtoffside.com/2023/01/13/exclusive-fabrizio-romano-provides-update-on-graham-potters-position-at-chelsea/
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