Chelsea reports - Pochettino expected to make a change as Lukaku's agent criticizes the Saudi Pro League
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Chelsea reports – Pochettino expected to make a change as Lukaku’s agent criticizes the Saudi Pro League

Chelsea reports – Pochettino expected to make a change as Lukaku’s agent criticizes the Saudi Pro League

Lukaku agent criticizes Saudi Pro League
Romelu Lukaku‘s agent has bafflingly criticized the Saudi Pro League for making his Chelsea exit problematic.

While the striker ultimately secured a late loan transfer to Roma, Chelsea had hoped to remove him from their roster permanently.

Lukaku’s agent, Sebastien Ledure, told Belgian outlet RTL that his client was priced out of a move to the Saudi Pro League due to its lavish expenditure. He stated, “It was exceedingly challenging for European clubs to acquire Lukaku.” Even at the beginning of the transfer window, loan solutions were inconceivable.

“The Chelsea proprietors were searching for a definitive solution, a transaction, or a permanent transfer. And the most significant change that occurred this summer was the entrance of Saudi clubs into the international transfer market.

“They have set the bar so high in terms of transfer recompense offered to European clubs, and in this case to Chelsea’s upcoming that it has become very difficult for European clubs to line up, and so you have a club that is not opposed to a transfer.”

Despite Chelsea’s dismal start to the season, John Terry is confident that Mauricio Pochettino will be a success at the club.

The Blues legend, speaking at a live event, supported Pochettino despite his team’s two defeats in their first four Premier League games.

Chelsea travel to Bournemouth after the international break and Terry has “promised” supporters the new manager will prove a hit.

Terry said, “I love Poch.” “I’ve been around him, and I can assure you that he is an excellent manager who will get us to the levels we require.”

What should Poch modify versus Bournemouth?

Mauricio Pochettino must make a number of difficult selection judgments prior to the upcoming weekend’s match between Chelsea and Bournemouth.

One of them is whether or not to include Mykhailo Mudryk, who has had a sluggish start to the season, in his starting lineup.

The 22-year-old winger was acquired from Shakhtar Donetsk for a hefty fee during the January transfer window and required time to adjust to his new club.

This season, many individuals predicted that Mudryk would excel. Even though it is still very early in the season, he has not impressed in his first few matches. However, the Ukraine international has yet to play this season.

But could he start the upcoming match against Bournemouth? Should the Ben Chilwell experiment on the left wing be terminated? Could Axel Disasi be replaced by Levi Colwill, who would defend alongside Thiago Silva, and Chilwell, who would revert to left-back?

Chelsea reports – Pochettino expected to make a change as Lukaku’s agent criticizes the Saudi Pro League