October 5, 2023

Chelsea news: The most recent Blues headlines as Graham Potter prepares for Crystal Palace without first group stars with Todd Boehly getting a ‘secret clinical’ for a £52.8m transfer
Potter missing three stars
Graham Potter will be without three first cooperative individuals for his most memorable Premier Association match as Chelsea manager as the supervisor passes up throwing a tantrum group.
Close by N’Golo Kante, who is still recuperation from the hamstring injury that has kept him out since the second round of the season, Potter will be without Marc Cucurella who took on a vital job in his main match in control up to this point, against RB Salzburg.
Teen Carney Chukwuemeka is likewise precluded. The 18-year-old is yet to make his Chelsea debut and will not be accessible at Selhurst Park all things considered. Potter’s update uncovers that Edouard Mendy is fit to play once more, however, which will pass on the manager with a key goalkeeping choice to make.
Potter faces an extreme test in October with nine matches booked and 13 still to play before the mid-season break for the colder time of year World Cup.
Boehly sorts ‘secret clinical’
Chelsea has previously gained ground with their most memorable signing of 2023 by doing part of a clinical for RB Leipzig attacker Christopher Nkunku.
The 24-year-old was an objective for the club this summer and football. London comprehends he has been looked at as drawn-out speculation by the club however having signed a two-year agreement expansion a move this summer became improbable.
Be that as it may, as per reports from Bild Germany, the Blues finished piece of his clinical towards the finish of the window to bounce the line for his signature. With a £52.8m discharge statement, the following summer Chelsea set themselves in a situation to sign Nkunku ahead of some top European rivalry.
Chelsea’s Lyon bid
Chelsea’s new president of business, Tom Glick, went through months attempting to lay out a multi-club framework with Crystal Palace financial backer John Textor, the Gatekeeper uncovers.
Textor bought 40% of Palace last year and worked intimately with Glick, who was as of late delegated by Boehly and has been tested with tracking down reasonable clubs for Chelsea to frame another worldwide footballing bunch with.
Textor is supposed to add French side Lyon to Brazilian group Botafogo and the Belgian club RWD Molenbeek to the portfolio yet is astounded by the endeavor made by Glick, whom he worked intimately with only months prior.
“I carried Tom Glick with me,” Textor said at that point. “Both of us together welcomed a lot of points of view on potential chances to develop. Advancements for TV, innovations for shopper situated applications, computerized dissemination of content, to make it more beneficial and productive, with worldwide development, and we carried instances of how to bring in cash in manners Brazilian clubs have never attempted. We brought examples from the Premier Association.”

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