Pochettino ‘Will Be Angry’ If Boehly Sanctions Summer Chelsea Deal

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CHELSEA boss Mauricio Pochettino will be ‘very angry’ if co-owner Todd Boehly sanctions Conor Gallagher’s Stamford Bridge exit when the summer window opens.

Gallagher had been in the transfer headlines alot this season as it was believed that Chelsea would have allowed him to depart the club if the right offer was made.

That has led to constant speculation in the media that West Ham are very keen to try and get a deal done for the midfielder – and even made an offer of £40 million, which was rejected by the Blues as they were seeking closer to £50 million for Gallagher.

He has featured in the opening months of the season for Mauricio Pochettino, but he has not shone like many had hoped for and that has led to alot of speculation that he will be allowed to depart the club.

And according to recent reports on the Metro website – the club will listen to offers for the midfielder and will allow him to depart the club should their £40 million asking price be met

but transfer insider Dean Jones has told GIVEMESPORT that Pochettino will be very upset if the club allow Gallagher to depart the club in the upcoming transfer window, he said: “New links have started between Conor Gallagher and Newcastle, and it does not surprise me they would have interest, but I am not sure how far I would expect that to go.

“Obviously, Gallagher doesn’t want to leave Chelsea. He can’t even think about it at the moment, as far as I’ve heard, because he just doesn’t want it to happen. But if he does leave CHELSEA, I have heard that him moving that far away from his family would not be ideal.

“I think another club in London could work better, and we know Spurs are keen and that his homegrown status would help them. It really is still a case of wait and see because if Pochettino does end up staying beyond this season, he would be very angry to see Gallagher sold.”


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