DEVASTATING NEWS: Reports coming from Fabrizio Romano say that two of Chelsea stars are frustrated with the coach and teammates. In a interview they gave an honest assessment of the club and they are not happy. ” “When we watch them they look like they don’t know what to do with the ball. We win the ball back and give it to them to counter-attack They’re so erratic up front and it must be frustrating for us for me I’m beginning to regret coming here the Chelsea we heard out there is not want we are seeing here”.

Gabby Agbonlahor reports that Enzo Fernandez and Moises Caicedo appear to be becoming increasingly 'frustrated' with their Chelsea teammates.


Fernandez and Caicedo are Chelsea’s two most expensive signings off all time, the former costing €121 million when he joined from Benfica last winter; the latter a potential £100m (€116m) when he followed him to Stamford Bridge from Brighton in August.

Despite having played one more game than Liverpool, the Blues are only 10th in the Premier League standings and have faced criticism for their potentially brilliant central midfield partnership.

Cole Palmer and Nicolas Jackson both scored in that match’s 2-0 victory over Sheffield United, but Agbonlahor believes those players are more to blame for Chelsea’s current problems than Fernandez and Caicedo.

For midfielders, Chelsea’s attack is “frustrating.”
The former England forward told talkSPORT, “[They’re] not value for money because of the amount they spent on them, but Caicedo and Fernandez are top, top players.” However, they are too erratic.

“They appear to be growing a little impatient when you watch them. Palmer receives the ball after they recover it. Palmer counterattacks; Jackson and [Mykhailo] Mudryk are there. Midfielders must be frustrated by their uptempo instability.”

Mudryk has been the least effective player among the three players mentioned, based on statistics. Mudryk has only scored twice in his fifteen Premier League appearances, compared to five goals apiece for Palmer and Jackson.

Given the long-term contracts Todd Boehly gave the new recruits, it seems unlikely that Chelsea will offload the Ukrainian or any other underperformer anytime soon.

The Blues may have avoided some FFP penalties by signing players to seven- and eight-year contracts, but there is a chance that these players will end up on the reserve squad and earn large salaries should they fall out of favour.

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