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Mauricio Pochettino’s departure from Chelsea: what it means for Arsenal amid fear of José Mourinho

Chelsea have said goodbye to Mauricio Pochettino after just one season at the club. Arsenal recorded a 5-0 home win and a draw at Stamford Bridge during their two meetings with the Blues, with Pochettino ending a run of defeats against the Gunners in west London.

Pochettino has apparently not impressed Todd Boehly enough to make the decision, as critics have claimed that Chelsea will once again be starting from scratch and choosing from a group of managers who lack potential.




But what does this decision mean for London rival Arsenal? The Gunners have just come off a second consecutive title challenge and will be aiming to beat Manchester City for the third time, so it remains uncertain where Chelsea figure in the dynamic.

Transition again for Chelsea

Arsenal will look to take advantage of even more uncertainty at Chelsea with their record against the Gunners already in ruins. Arsenal have been defeated just once in the last 10 meetings between the two teams, winning seven and are unbeaten at Stamford Bridge in the league since 2018.

The summer 2023 reshuffle saw the Gunners take advantage of the sell-off and sign Kai Havertz despite huge scrutiny over the deal. However, it seems that Arsenal were the team that got the best of the deal as, despite the £65 million price tag, Havertz is now a crucial part of this Arsenal team, becoming the starting centre-forward and scoring plenty of goals. vital, including two. against his former club.

Transfer opportunities

Like Havertz, Arsenal could once again be ready to take advantage of any potential option they deem suitable for their project. Gunners fans have of late been given little reason to doubt the processes behind who their club is targeting, and have been proven wrong or justified in their opinion of the players who have been so successful.

Conor Gallagher stands out as a possible midfield candidate with some suggestions that there could be some openness from Chelsea about a sale, which would be ridiculous as one of the few standout players of their season.

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