Pochettino angry with Todd Boehly after Chelsea players put up for sale

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Mauricio Pochettino is supposedly 'livid' because the Chelsea ownership have decided to sell a key player to satisfy the Premier League's Profit and Sustainability rules. Todd Boehly and the CFC board will now reportedly have to deal with a 'raging' Pochettino. The Blues are actually putting two players up for sale, and will probably have to take cut-price fees because the news is out. The Pride of London offer opinions on these matters, as well as talking about potential new signing Estevao Willian. Is a 'Here we go' on the way from Fabrizio Romano?

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First of all, many journalists have claimed that Estevao is very keen, or has his heart set on, joining the Blues. Romano has already weighed in on rumours; his transfer declarations are like footballing gospel!

The latest on a possible agreement is from Raham Osman of London World. The journalist claims that further discussions have been held by all parties this week. And a deal is expected soon.

As it looks like business is almost complete on this one, what are the west Londoners going to get from the starlet? At first, he'll be one for the future. But we have seen how quickly 'Poch' and his CFC staff can successfully transition up-and-comers into the Blues squad and even the starting lineup. The 17-year-old Brazilian is said to be so promising that he could become a 'generational talent'.

Why Mauricio Pochettino is irritated by Chelsea board with trading anticipated at Stamford Bridge

Any manager wants to keep his best players. It obviously just that simple. If CFC must offload
certain personnel due to financial matters, let it be a few unwanted or fringe Blues who are not necessarily in Pochettino's plans. If one or two extras have to be shipped out, it doesn't matter. Chelsea have an ample roster, alongside a great academy and youth policy.

Therefore you can sympathise with a supposedly upset 'Poch' because he has reportedly been told that Conor Gallagher remains on the market. The Blues owners are said to have come to this decision in spite of Pochettino's wish to retain the England international.

Armando Broja is the second player that has been deemed surplus to requirements at the Bridge. Although, the Albanian has been on loan at Fulham and his exit was more predictable, with many attackers vying for a role under the Argentine. Broja may, unfortunately, be offloaded for less than his valuation.