After the squad decision, Armando Broja and the four Chelsea stars must persuade Pochettino.

Chelsea’s 25-man Premier League roster has been revealed, and several players will be looking to make an impression on Blues manager Mauricio Pochettino at Cobham in the upcoming weeks.


Mauricio Pochettino finally knows which Chelsea players he will be working with from this point forward until January with the release of his Premier League squad for the upcoming season.


At Stamford Bridge, this summer has been marked by change as Pochettino and Todd Boehly oversaw a reorganization of the team. This summer, the Blues invested almost £400 million in new players, including Moises Caicedo, Romeo Lavia, and Cole Palmer.


However, in an effort to balance the books, dozens more stars were also sold. The Chelsea team now looks completely different from the one that placed 12th in the Premier League the previous season thanks to the additions of Kai Havertz, Mason Mount, Lewis Hall, and Mateo Kovacic, who all brought in respectable amounts.

Chelsea has not participated in a European competition since 2006 due to last season’s subpar results. The Premier League and Carabao Cup will thus be the only tournaments in which the Blues will participate for the foreseeable future.


The players outside of Pochettino’s starting XI will need to work even harder on the Cobham training fields to catch the Argentinean’s attention because match minutes will be difficult to come by as a result of the fewer fixtures. In light of this, examines four players who we believe will need to exert even more effort in the upcoming months:


As he continues to rehabilitate from a knee injury, Armando Broja Broja is yet to play for Chelsea this season. The young striker’s ACL injury, which he sustained during a friendly match against Aston Villa over the offseason last year, has kept him out for more than ten months.


He has recently resumed training at Cobham, where he might see some time as a substitute. According to Amando Duka, the president of the Albanian FA, he might even play this weekend against Bournemouth if everything goes according to plan. “Armando Broja has completed the recovery phase,” Duka declared. “We anticipate him to be on the Chelsea bench this week, that is, prepared to enter the field.”






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