Chelsea are having one of their worst season in their resent history since Graham Potter took charge from Brighton Albion. Potter was fairly doing well at Albions before moving to Stamford Bridge following the sacking of Thomas Tuchel.
The Blues have definitely backed the former Brighton manager through transfer period with more than 15 players joining under his reign. Nine of the players were sign during the last January transfer window, these includes the likes of Mudryk, Felix, Fernandez, Mudweke,
However, according to football Journalist Ben Jacobs, The Blues manager Graham Potter who was interviewed on his pre-match press conference ahead of weekend game, was asked if Leeds and Borussia Dortmund have been marked as the identity of his future at Stamford Bridge.
Potter Denied the claims stating, "I don’t look at it like that. I tend to focus on the next match. We know the situation we are in. We need to improve on the results, which have not been good enough..."
The Blues manager is currently linked by being sacked due to his current poor performance and lack of good result, with the club board reportedly looking for his replacement.
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