Mauricio Pochettino is already planning to make one significant change at the Chelsea training ground when he takes charge, according to reports.
It’s now the worst kept secret that Mauricio Pochettino will take charge at Stamford Bridge.
The Blues fans are still waiting for an official announcement from the club, but every reputable media publication reports his appointment is a foregone conclusion.
Journalist Fabrizio Romano shared on Twitter yesterday that Pochettino will be in London this week to sign a three-year deal with Chelsea before arriving as their permanent manager next season.
Now, The Athletic claims that Pochettino already has his ideas of what he wants to do at Chelsea’s training ground at Cobham.
It is understood that the Argentine coach will demand the installation of cameras to monitor every training session from a variety of angles.
The report explains that it’s something the 51-year-old manager has done since his days at Espanyol to examine the finer details in training.
Apparently, Chelsea have had drones at Cobham for several years, but Pochettino will want his own specifications.
We can’t wait to see what next season has in store!
If the players can buy into Pochettino’s ideas and methods, we’re confident of a turnaround after such a poor 2022/23 campaign.
There’s definitely an abundance of talented individuals in this current squad that are playing well within themselves.