- Mauricio Pochettino says he wants to be ‘more involved’ in Chelsea’s transfers
- Blues are yet to find form after spending £400m in the summer transfer window
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Chelsea embarked on a young player-focussed spree in Pochettino’s first window during the summer.
Pochettino said: ‘The good thing, the relationship is very good with the owners and the sporting directors.
‘I think like I told before, when the transfer window was closed, I need to be involved, more involved now, in every single decision.
Mauricio Pochettino wants to take a greater involvement in Chelsea’s transfer business
The club spent more than £400m on players – including a British record £115m on Moises Caicedo
Pochettino admitted he is fearing the worst for Ben Chilwell (pictured) who recently limped off injured against Brighton
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‘I think we need to start identifying what we need for January. We already start to work.’
Meanwhile, Pochettino admitted he is fearing the worst after Ben Chiwell injured the same hamstring against Brighton in midweek that led to him missing the World Cup.
‘I think it is bad news from what the doctor told me,’ Pochettino said.
‘It is not a good thing. It looks a bad injury but we need to assess in the next few days and we will see the period he will be absent from the squad and the team but it doesn’t look good.’