Chelsea players give five brilliant review about Todd Boehly’s plans for the club

Following recent events at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea’s stars have had lot to say, but Blues playmaker Jorginho has made it plain that their thoughts will be kept to themselves.

Todd Boehly, who bought the team with Clearlake Capital for £4.25 billion earlier this year, has made public some of the ambitious ideas he has in mind. Last week, he cemented his control over the team by firing Thomas Tuchel.

Graham Potter was selected as the German’s replacement less than 24 hours later, and this week at the SALT conference, Boehly made headlines once more when he expressed a desire to imitate the multi-club model used by Manchester City and Red Bull.

The president of the LA Dodgers also discussed some prospective ideas for the Premier League, but his proposals for a US-style “All-Star” game that would put clubs from the North against those from the South did not meet with much support.

The Chelsea team, as expected, has its own opinions on the recent developments, but Jorginho remained mum when asked about the club’s recent changes before of Wednesday night’s Champions League match against RB Salzburg.

The midfielder responded to questions on Tuchel’s recent dismissal and the club’s future when asked: “Of course, it came as a surprise to everyone. However, whatever was discussed between the players will remain there. I apologize.

“There is talk about what happened, of course, but there are games coming up and life moves quickly, so we don’t have time to keep thinking over and over. We spoke, but now it’s time to focus on what needs to be done.”

Potter’s first game in command will take place on Europe’s biggest platform when the Blues host Salzburg at Stamford Bridge after the trip to Fulham last weekend was postponed.

After making an impression at Brighton, the new head coach of the Blues was linked to a number of prestigious teams, including Tottenham and Manchester United, but it has now come to light that the latter had concerns about Potter’s lack of Champions League experience.

On the eve of his debut in Europe, Potter acknowledged that he had never ever attended a Champions League match, but he didn’t think it would be a problem. He stated: “I can’t remember if I’ve ever [gone to a Champions League game] . Why not? I believe now is an excellent time to enter the dugout.

“Wherever we begin, this is a fantastic introduction. Anywhere we begin will be amazing, so why not do so right here?”

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