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Revealed: The two Chelsea players who ‘could consider their immediate futures’ amid Conor Gallagher ‘doubt’



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Chelsea’s January transfer plans have sparked uncertainty over several players’ future at Stamford Bridge.

Mauricio Pochettino is set to be backed by two or three first-team signings in the winter transfer window, as reported by Matt Law of the Daily Telegraph, but acquisitions will have to be offset by departures.

The squad is growing at Chelsea, full of young talent on long-term contracts. Pathways are being laid out, some pathways are being blocked which will ultimately mean the end of the road for a few in west London.

An overhaul was completed in the summer and there is no signs of that stopping. With new arrivals, academy graduate Trevoh Chalobah is set to be sold. Offers will be listened to for Ian Maatsen, while Chelsea are still needing to find a suitor for Malang Sarr.

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Three updates have been offered by Matt Law regarding their futures, with a new world-class striker wanted by Chelsea.

It could spell bad news for several forwards, including Armando Broja and Noni Madueke, who only arrived last season.

As reported by Matt Law, ‘depending on incoming business, the likes of striker Armando Broja and winger Noni Madueke could consider their immediate futures’.

Meanwhile, Conor Gallagher has been one of Chelsea’s best players this season despite big-money arrivals Enzo Fernandez, Moises Caicedo and Romeo Lavia putting his midfield spot at jeopardy.

The 23-year-old has impressed Mauricio Pochettino and is now eyeing a new deal amid summer transfer interest which Chelsea were open to entertaining.

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“The fans are brilliant and I’m loving right now and I’m sure it will get itself sorted out,” Gallagher said earlier this month on his Chelsea future.

“It was a crazy period in terms of ins and outs at Chelsea in the summer and I had conversations with the manager and he expressed that he liked me as a player and I was in his plans and I was really happy with that.”

Pochettino wants to keep the England international, Matt Law adds, and hopes Chelsea will agree a new deal with Gallagher, however ‘there remains doubt’ over his long-term future at Stamford Bridge.