The former Brighton boss who replaced Thomas Tuchel after parting away with Chelsea as pointed out one club in the Premier League with midfielders who always scare him due to how sharp they are when executing their respective roles in their dressing room.
The coach of the Blues is trying to tame this great London club into the winning track which could help them compete with the Giants of this league which are currently battling for the title of this campaign.
Back in 2019 during his first season on the south coast in his second match against this side where the match ended 0-0 and he discovered that the midfielders of Wolve are unstoppable.
He said "They’re so hard to break down, they have such quality in midfield. (Ruben) Neves is some player, and then Traore is pretty much unplayable on his day. Jimenez does well for them and Jota is really intelligent. I can see why they’re up there.”
Luckily enough Jota moved to Liverpool, Ruben Neves is suspended and Jimenez is out of the squad due to injury. These three players will not be in action at Stamford Bridge today.
Traore will be in action and this player could cost him a lot in their partnership with the new signing of Wolves, Diego Costa who is capable of bringing a change in the game at any moment.
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