Pochettino wants to sign two Brentford players

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Pochettino wants to sign two Brentford players if he takes over as Chelsea manager.

Chelsea considering signing Brentford duo Ivan Toney and David Raya this summer.

Todd Bohley attended the game at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea extended their winless record to an eighth successive game in all competitions. After recently losing at home to Brentford 0-2 on Wednesday night.

Chelsea are yet to win a match since the return of Frank Lampard in early April. And the supporters became frustrated that the club did not appoint a new permanent manager.

Mauricio Pochettino, a favorite to take over at Chelsea, has been keeping an eye on two Brentford players. where he is planning to build a new team next season

Raya and Tony are their targets ahead of the summer transfer window.

Chelsea need a new goalkeeper Both Kepa Arrissabalaga and Edouard Mendy expecte to be release in the coming months.

Raya has in impressive form since helping Brentford get promoted to the Premier League. and keep a clean sheet in 10 out of 33 matches in the Premier League this season

Tony is also on Chelsea’s transfer radar as the club look to tackle attacking problems, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Romelu Lukaku expected to release. in this summer.

In this game, Frank has to wait to see the fitness of Ivan Tony, the team’s excellent striker after suffering a minor knee injury that he missed playing in the last game against the Reds. There are no additional problems. 

It is expecte that this game will not have many adjustments. With Thomas Strakocha sent to guard the pole instead of David Raya. Including Josh Da Silva, who should start as the same real 

The formation of the army will come in a 3-5-2 system, with Thomas Strakocha at the post. Three defenders are Mathias Jorgensen ‘Sanka’, Ethan Pinnock and Ben Mee Wing. Right-left-back uses Mads Roerslev and Rico Henry 

Midfield has Mathias Jensen, Christian Norgaard and Josh Dasilva in control, with Brian Mbowo linking up with Ivan Tonyy up front.