Cole Palmer makes feelings clear on Mauricio Pochettino leaving Chelsea this summer

Cole Palmer makes feelings clear on Mauricio Pochettino leaving Chelsea this summer

Cole Palmer has backed Mauricio Pochettino to stay at Chelsea (Image: Darren Walsh/Chelsea FC via Getty Images)

Despite leading Chelsea into the top six, Mauricio Pochettino has been dogged by doubts about his future, but the Argentine seems to have the support of his teammates.

Cole Palmer believes Mauricio Pochettino will continue leading Chelsea into the upcoming campaign.

Since joining the Blues from Manchester City in the summer, Palmer has been an incredible asset, netting 25 goals and dishing out 14 assists across all competitions. Along the way, he has established himself as Chelsea’s most valuable player and gained a spot in the senior England squad.

Pochettino, like Palmer, is in his first season at Stamford Bridge, but it has been marred by rumors about his future. The Blues’ season has been largely uneven, but after defeating Brighton 2-1 on Wednesday, they are currently sixth in the Premier League.

Palmer gave the Seagulls the early lead, and Christopher Nkunku gave them the second. Palmer expressed his complete support for Pochettino and his wish to see the Argentine stay in charge as his side celebrated.

“The three points were necessary. Even though the game was difficult in the latter stages and throughout, it is important for us to have the three points and to be in sixth place. I hope we can pull it off,” he said.

Chelsea is a large team, and everyone wants to place higher than sixth, but we must consider our starting point and performance over the entire season. This season, we have placed 13th and 12th.

“Returning to Europe is a positive step, as the previous season was similar. We have to fight for the manager because the players all adore him. Well done. It’s been a good season, and hopefully at the end we can play football in Europe.

“The header looked fine! Marc looked up before crossing the street because he knows where I’m going to be. Fortunately, it went in when I lifted it over the goalkeeper. In the Premier League, scoring 22 goals is a noteworthy accomplishment.

Cole Palmer makes feelings clear on Mauricio Pochettino leaving Chelsea this summer

Palmer opened the scoring as Chelsea beat Brighton to jump up to sixth place in the top-flight ( Image: Darren Walsh/Chelsea FC via Getty Images)

“Lampard is undoubtedly among the greatest Chelsea players of all time, but hopefully I can continue.” Even though it’s my first season, I have to keep going. Getting more in the upcoming season might be difficult, but I’ll still try.”

Last week, Pochettino acknowledged that he might think about leaving this summer, which raised more questions about his future. However, the Chelsea manager refuted those allegations prior to Wednesday’s victory, stating that he is instead concentrating on preseason preparations.

He declared, “We are planning.” “We’re at work. Since I always try to be positive in an attempt to communicate my feelings to you and the other people, I don’t think we can take some of my comments and interpret them negatively.

“However, I never claimed that we weren’t considering the future. We have the future in mind. The preseason is scheduled to begin, with all the data and plans in place. After that, it is up to me whether or not to attend.”


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