Mauricio Pochettino breaks silence on shock Chelsea exit as club issue brief statement

By mutual consent, Mauricio Pochettino has departed Chelsea.

In response to the shocking announcement that Mauricio Pochettino had left the team by mutual consent, Chelsea released a brief statement. Only a few days after the Premier League season’s conclusion, the Argentine departs the Blues, who have recently experienced a surge in performance.

Pochettino’s departure was unexpected given their recent progress, and Todd Boehly and colleagues will now be creating a shortlist of potential successors for the Argentine. This is the most recent development in the club’s turbulent period following the arrival of the American.

The Premier League team announced the change with this succinct statement: “Chelsea FC can confirm that the Club and Mauricio Pochettino have mutually agreed to part ways.”

Paul Winstanley and Laurence Stewart, the sporting directors, said in the interim: “We at Chelsea would like to thank Mauricio for his service this season on behalf of the entire Chelsea team.” We wish him the best of luck in his future coaching career and will always welcome him back to Stamford Bridge.

Todd Boehly is on the lookout for a new manager after Mauricio Pochettino’s exit (Image: Getty)

The team also revealed that Sebastiano Pochettino, Miguel d’Agostino, Jesus Perez, and Toni Jimenez, Pochettino’s backroom staff, had left Stamford Bridge along with the former Tottenham manager.

“Thank you to the Chelsea ownership group and Sporting Directors for the opportunity to be part of this football club’s history,” was Pochettino’s succinct message. The Club is now in a strong position to continue growing in the upcoming years in both the Premier League and Europe.”

According to The Telegraph, Pochettino eventually parted ways with the team after talking with co-controlling owner Behdad Eghbali, sporting directors Winstanley and Stewart, and others.

The report also states that Kieran McKenna, the hero of Ipswich Town, Girona’s Miche, Stuttgart manager Sebastian Hoeness, and his Leicester counterpart Enzo Maresca are all being considered for the position.

At Stamford Bridge, the summer will undoubtedly be chaotic as Boehly is expected to spend big money on transfers and is currently searching for a Pochettino replacement.


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