When a coach moves a team, he will bring a ‘special favorite disciple’ with him. Manager Eric Tenhag picked up centre-back Lisandro Martinez and winger Anthony from Ajax to Manchester United.
How about Mauricio Pochettino? Unfortunately, the opportunity will not come to Son Heung-min (Tottenham Hotspur).
The British media’Daily Star’ predicted four tactics Pochettino would use at Chelsea on the 15th (Korean time). The strongest and most influential style is the 4-2-3-1 that Pochettino used at Tottenham in the past.
Tottenham’s heyday was the time when the offensive line of the so-called ‘DESK’ showed off its strongest destructive power. Pochettino built the combination of Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen, Son Heung-min and Harry Kane.
This can be implemented in Chelsea as well. Above all, Chelsea has unlimited financial power. Chelsea owner Todd Boelli showed off his wallet size by spending 600 million pounds (about 1 trillion won) on transfers alone over the past year.
However, the only thing missing among ‘DESK’ in Chelsea is the K seat.
The Daily Star said, ‘Christopher Nkunku (pending announcement), signed from RB Leipzig, can take on the role of Ali behind Kerin. Mason Mount, like Eriksen, can be deployed as a midfielder and winger hybrid. Son Heung-min’s role can be played by Mikhailo Mudrik,’ he explained.
‘Football London’ also said, ‘Chelsea already has Son Heung-min of Pochettino’ and predicted that Moudrik would flourish like Son Heung-min who grew up under Pochettino.
Football London said: ‘Pochettino has the expertise and know-how to make the most of talented strikers. Son Heung-min absolutely thrived after meeting Pochettino. He has established himself as one of the most dangerous forwards in world football under Pochettino,’ he explained.
According to Football London,바카라사이트 Pochettino has said in the past: “Son Heung-min trains really hard, always pushes and never gives up. He tries and tries again. He is very regular and consistent. That’s the most important thing. He always offers options. He He is a very complete player today.”