DEVASTATING NEWS: Announced by Fabrizio Romano, there’s a big dispute at Stamford bridge, A fierce tug-of-war has broken out between Chelsea and Mauricio Pochettino over a hot-shot transfer target. The Blues are keen to bring the player to Stamford Bridge, but Pochettino is determined to keep hold of him. This could lead to a tense standoff between the two parties, Chelsea hierarchy are said to be frustrated with the new management also with some prominent name about to depart from the club. “Chelsea and Mauricio Pochettino in tug-of-war over hot-shot transfer target – Blues face tough battle”.

Conor Gallagher may still be up for grabs, according to reports, and some Chelsea hierarchy members may see it as a reasonable move, according to Footballwave


Despite Conor Gallagher and Mauricio Pochettino expressing a reluctance towards a transfer, indications suggest Chelsea might still entertain the possibility of selling the 23-year-old midfielder. Numerous clubs, Tottenham among them, are reportedly keeping a close eye on Gallagher, recognizing him as one of Chelsea’s standout performers this season.

Tottenham coach Ange Postecoglou is purportedly an admirer of Gallagher, viewing him as an ideal complement to James Maddison in the midfield. However, any potential move for the Englishman could encounter resistance from Chelsea supporters, who may be displeased with another top academy graduate departing.

While reported interest exists, a January deal seems unlikely at this point. Injuries affecting Ange Postecoglou’s squad have purportedly led chairman Daniel Levy to prioritize funds for incoming transfers during this window, potentially affecting the feasibility of a move for Gallagher.

Spurs have indeed made significant moves in this transfer window, securing RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner on an initial loan with the option for a permanent move, estimated around £15m. Furthermore, they have finalized a £26.7m deal for Genoa defender Radu Dragusin, with Djed Spence going on loan to Genoa as part of the transfer.

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