“Enzo Fernandez Staying Put at Chelsea”

Chelsea midfielder Enzo Fernandez has no intention of leaving the club following recent exit rumours.


  • Mauricio Pochettino’s victory at Aston Villa eased the pressure on him, but long-term doubts remain over his future.
    Chelsea’s upcoming matches against Man City and Liverpool will be important in determining Pochettino’s fate.
    Enzo Fernandez wants to stay at Chelsea after speculation over his future.
    Life suddenly seems a little easier for Mauricio Pochettino, but how long will that last?
  • Wednesday night’s 3-1 win at Aston Villa eased the pressure on their boss and proved Chelsea can score big wins in big moments.
  • Its style – especially in the first 45 minutes – was also convincing. So could this now become the norm at Stamford Bridge so Pochettino can properly plan for the future?

Chelsea will face Man City and Liverpool will face Pochettino.

Chelsea are not going to make a hasty move here, but the problems they had at the beginning of the week have not suddenly disappeared.

Unity and togetherness was supposed to define the game at Villa Park, but that is something this team has missed, with team cohesion lacking on most match days.

Chelsea’s board wants Pochettino to succeed, but the result of their Carabao Cup final against Liverpool will really be a marker to tell whether Poch will definitely be able to make it this season and into 2024/25.

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Chelsea managers and their win percentages
Win record
Mauricio Pochettino47%
Frank Lampard (2nd spell)9%
Graham Potter39%
Thomas Tuchel60%
Frank Lampard (1st spell)52%
Maurizio Sarri62%
Antonio Conte65%
Guus Hiddink37%
Jose Mourinho (2nd spell)59%
Statistics according to Wikipedia (correct as of 09-02-24)

There may not be any desire to part ways with the manager just yet, but it remains the case that his long-term future is doubtful and a result like the recent 4-1 defeat at Anfield would prompt immediate consideration. That’s what will happen.

Chelsea sources say there is relief from the FA Cup win, but the stance is that even if Chelsea lost the game, no decision will be taken on Pochettino.

The real test of Chelsea’s resolve may come in the next few weeks.

The Premier League match at Manchester City on 17 February and the Wembley match with Liverpool a week later, were matches that Chelsea used to show their position in English football.

Expectations are different now but Chelsea need to show they still have the mentality of a big club otherwise Pochettino probably won’t be in charge next season.


Enzo Fernandez commits to Chelsea amid exit rumors

Chelsea’s performance at Villa was inspired by tales of Enzo Fernandez’s future.

A report that he is set to leave the club has been denied by his representatives, but the speculation certainly irked him and he reacted on Wednesday night.

His goal celebration seemed obvious as he pointed towards the ground, it was a moment that screamed: I’m here.

There have been suggestions that this means nothing, as he celebrated a similar goal just before leaving Benfica.

But checks with sources close to the player ruled out the comparison and the message is that fans can rest assured that he is committed and does not intend to make a move at the end of this season.

Chelsea working out Conor Gallagher’s value ahead of the summer

Conor Gallagher’s contract situation is to be re-evaluated as the club attempt to work out what his value will be in the summer transfer window.

Gallagher scored a fine finish on debut in the win over Villa and has been a regular in Pochettino’s starting line-up this season.

He was rated as a £50 million transfer possibility in the January window if a club wanted to prize him away from west London.

But unless he signs a new deal, the valuation will decline in the coming months.

Gallagher’s current contract expires in 2025 and he wants to remain committed to the club for the long term.

And now his price-tag is no longer at a premium, Chelsea will have to consider whether it is better value to retain him than sell him.

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