The Chelsea is out there to get quality players being signed to boost their chances to win the Premier League title and other leagues trophies under Graham Potter managerial experience in coaching the club.
Although, Graham Potter and his technical board, urging the Chelsea’s owner, Todd Boehly to raised fund to get quality players being signed next January if the transfer window is officially opened.
But, Glen Johnson, who was former Chelsea defender, urged Chelsea FC to avoided signing Jordan Pickford as a replacement for Edouard Mendy.
The England international goalkeeper, since he arrived in Merseyside from Sunderland. He is a top keeper who has little mistakes in playing.
Although, Chelsea have been eyeing to get this potential goalkeeper signed to replace Edouard Mendy.
During the course of interview about the 28 year-old goalkeeper, here’s what he said about Pickford;
“Mendy’s been unreal since he joined Chelsea so you won’t want to act hastily by signing a replacement so suddenly, form in temporary, but, class is permanent.
“I don’t think Pickford would be a good replacement at all, Kepa’s been descent in recent games even though I know it’s not everybody’s cup of tea.
“They have paid a lot for their goalkeeper so buying somebody else isn’t the options you have gotten to work with what you have gotten and Kepa’s doing all he knowns getting his chances.”
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The money Chelsea have spent on getting Kepa Arrizabalaga and Mendy is a lot. So let Chelsea manager, Graham Potter, after the latter picked up an injury in the West Ham United game last month, the former has been doing a good job between the sticks.