The Chelsea ace on loan isn’t excited about returning to Stamford Bridge

Mauricio Pochettino's tenure at Chelsea is going too smoothly, and the Argentine manager is currently finding it difficult to pull together a winning streak.

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Even while it’s understandable what he’s attempting to accomplish at Stamford Bridge, football is still a results-driven industry, so it wouldn’t be shocking to see Poch fired if things don’t improve by the end of the season.

He will have been with Chelsea for a year and a half by then, and Todd Boehly and the Chelsea board should have enough information from his previous year to decide whether to let him finish his contract or fire him.

Since the American replaced Roman Abramovich as the club’s owner, things have been chaotic, which may be one of the reasons Kepa Arrizabalaga fears he will be moved back to Chelsea.

Sky sports report that the keeper has slipped down the pecking order at Real Madrid, and currently finds himself as second choice behind Andriy Lunin.

With Thibaut Courtois still down, a January comeback would seem improbable, but a desired permanent swap might not materialize by the conclusion of the season. especially if Kepa fails to regain his position.

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