Both Julian Nagelsmann and Luis Enrique are allegedly no longer in the running to succeed Graham Potter permanently after much discussion about their potential competition.
It’s crucial that whoever will be in charge be given the opportunity to implement their strategy as quickly as feasible given the bloated first-team squad that will undoubtedly grow throughout the summer.
The arrival of his compatriot would be excellent news for the midfielder even though Fernandez may not be prone to be benched depending on the new management.
The 22-year-old has been the Blues’ lone bright spot in a terrible few months, but the indications are that he has what it takes to play a significant role at the club for years to come.
Pochettino will have paid close attention to the former Benfica player throughout the World Cup in Qatar, which his nation ultimately won.
His performance as the young player of the tournament will have an impact on the possible next boss.
It is simple to draw analogies between the current Chelsea winger Mudryk and previous Tottenham teams.
Heung-Min Son entered the North London team as an underwhelming winger who was having trouble consistently scoring goals.
But following his debut season, he has never failed to score double figures in the Premier League, most notably 23 goals last season.
Mudryk, who was praised for his goal-scoring prowess while playing for Shakhtar Donetsk, can undoubtedly use that skill at Stamford Bridge if properly guided.
According to recent reports, Colwill won’t make a choice on his future in a hurry.
There are undoubtedly worries that his time with the first squad may be cut short because of the rivalry at Stamford Bridge.
But for the present Brighton loanee, whose next choice will determine his future, Pochettino’s track record of working with gifted young players will undoubtedly be a plus.