In the summer transfer window, Mauricio Pochettino faces a challenging task: retool his team.

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Many clubs are getting ready for a hectic few months as the summer transfer window draws near and they can once again start trading players. it might be even more important for Chelsea to make some moves in this market.
After a disastrous season that will see them finish in the middle of the table.

With the signing of a new head coach in the upcoming football season, the club is set to experience a wave of change once more in the summer.

According to report, Mauricio Pochettino is set for the position. The Argentine coach must make major changes to the locker room in order to improve the team’s performance.

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One of the major problems is balance because three managers have been juggling the team in just one season due to the an increase of talent over the last two windows.

“Is there an issue with confidence? Yeah. Is there an issue with the balance of the squad? Maybe, yeah,” interim manager Frank Lampard admitted last month.

The announcement that the Premier League transfer window will open on Wednesday, June 14, but the international window will not open until afterwards. With fans looking forward to improvements that will offer them hope of a turnaround, Pochettino will have a whole preseason period to evaluate the alterations he needs to make.

In terms of departures, Mason Mount could decide to join Manchester United, Liverpool, or Arsenal after showing interest. While there have been links to Christopher Nkunku and Victor Osimhen in terms of incomings, if early signings are required, someone like Harry Kane may be a better fit for the time frame.

However, it’s unclear which players the manager will want to bring in and let go along the way, it’s certain that some changes must be made right away to assemble a team that will be ready for the upcoming season.

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