According to Standard Sport Journalist Nizaar Kinsella, the incoming Chelsea Manager Mauricio Pochettino has identified some Homegrown Players as the Players he wants to make the core members of the Chelsea squad when he eventually takes over.
Mauricio Pochettino reportedly arrived in London on Tuesday ahead of signing his contract as Chelsea Boss. The Argentina National has identified some Targets for Chelsea to sign but, he's not just all about signing new Players because he wants to make use of some Cobham academy graduate in his project.
The Former PSG and Tottenham Hotspur Manager reportedly wants to give Reece James, Levi Colwill, Conor Gallagher and Mason Mount an important role in the Chelsea squad.
Reece James has been rated as one of best Right-backs in the World. Prior to his knee injury in October last year, the England International was one of the best Players in the Chelsea squad this season but, he has struggled with consistency and fitness since he returned from the injury.
Despite his struggles with injuries and fitness this season, the England International is still Chelsea's first choice for the Right-back position. He also recently signed a long term contract.
Mason Mount and Conor Gallagher have both been linked to a move outside Stamford Bridge at the end of this season. Mauricio Pochettino reportedly wants to keep the duo in the team but the duo has been inconsistent this season.
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