Chelsea and Boehly ‘not happy’ with moment that’ll spell the end revealed

Chelsea are far from happy with the club’s progress under Graham Potter and three specific moments that could see the ax drop have come to light.

The Blues were once again the biggest donors to world football last month. Chelsea have spent well over half a billion on new hires over the past two transfer windows. While few expected an immediate turnaround, it’s fair to say that many didn’t expect Chelsea to languish in ninth place with a measly +1 goal difference.

The Blues also said goodbye to both domestic cups ahead of Graham Potter’s watch. The draw was admittedly unfriendly after they faced Man City in both competitions.

In any case, TEAMtalk has learned that three upcoming games could be crucial to Potter’s future at Stamford Bridge.

Today’s duel with London rivals West Ham is the first. The latter couple concerns the Chelsea Champions League round of 16 with Borussia Dortmund, which is scheduled to take place on February 15 and March 7.

Our insider, Graeme Bailey, explained that Boehly and the club as a whole are “not happy” with how the blues are shaping up under Potter.

The American and his Clearlake partners will be backing Potter for now, but the situation could change quickly and possibly as soon as their midday match with the Hammers whistle.

“By the looks of it, Chelsea are supporting their managers – but by the looks of it, here’s the key,” Bailey said.

“Todd Boehly likes Graham Potter and it’s fair to say he was his man, but he and the club are not happy.

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“They were never particularly looking for an immediate title challenge when they got him. However, their perceived lack of progress has been and continues to be of great concern.

“Chelsea’s Champions League performances will be crucial for Potter and his future, but some individual games will be crucial – their game against West Ham this weekend, for example, is huge.

“A somber performance at London Stadium and in the Stamford Bridge boardroom could be interesting.”

Potter’s record before tonight’s clash with West Ham is nine wins, six draws and seven defeats in all competitions.

That equates to a dismal win rate of just 40.9 percent. As a reference, Thomas Tuchel gave a win rate of exactly 60 percent.

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