Todd Boehly’s £52 million decision has led to Mauricio Pochettino’s first Chelsea signing being “confirmed.”

Possible solutions to the Blues’ problems are already at hand.

If finally selected as Chelsea’s new manager, Mauricio Pochettino will have a demanding first few months ahead of him.. Because the Blues’ summer transfer window is expected to be crucial. As Todd Boehly and Clearlake Capital continue to restructure, moves both inside and outside the club are likely to occur.

Given Chelsea’s goal-scoring issues this season, it is crucial to add a natural striker to the first-team roster. The Blues are also looking to upgrade their options at the central midfielder and goalkeeper positions.

No Chelsea player has scored more than ten goals in a season, which amplifies the demand for that goal-scoring option. Fortunately for Pochettino, that issue might already be resolved before his anticipated arrival.

Another player whose arrival at Chelsea is anticipated is Christopher Nkunku, whose departure from RB Leipzig for West London has all but been confirmed. Near the end of 2022, the deal was finalized, and the Blues were required to pay close to £50 million.

In 2022, Leipzig’s sporting director Max Eberl told BILD, “The signs are very, very clear that he’s moving to Chelsea. “This was the clearest indication of his proposed arrival to that point. Nkunku may view the fact that the agreement was reached so long ago with regard to his future given how injured the Frenchman has been this season as a blessing.

Despite this, he has scored 18 goals in 30 games, including his 13th league goal this past weekend. In his first start in nearly two months, Nkunku scored Leipzig’s first goal against Hoffenheim with a skillful close-range finish.

Leipzig moved closer to the Champions League qualification spots with the narrow victory that Nkunku assisted them in securing. Following the game, Leipzig manager Marco Rose praised the game-winning goal. He appeared to confirm that he would be leaving the organization at the end of the year.

Possible solutions to the Blues’ problems are already at hand.

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