The Chelsea board have reportedly held a crisis meeting with Graham Potter and his staff to address the recent poor run of form from the side this season.
The London club have been in dismal form this season, currently sitting tenth in the Premier League the side is in the middle of one of its worst seasons in recent memory.
Potter took over from Thomas Tuchel last September but failed to impress despite the massive cash injection from American owner, Todd Boehly.
The club has spent over £600 million in the past two transfer windows but looks to still be not enough.
Chelsea’s recent loss to bottom-of-the-table Southampton seems to be the potential tipping point for the English manager, as a large portion of the fanbase has turned against him.
According to the Evening Standard, the club have called an emergency meeting with the manager and staff to discuss the ‘strategy’ moving forward, new technical director, Christopher Vivell was present.
🚨 Chelsea’s new technical director Christopher Vivell led an emergency meeting with Graham Potter and his staff on Tuesday to address how their season is unravelling.
Crisis talks were called at the club’s Cobham training ground.#CFC
— Chelsea Dodgers 🧢 (@TheBlueDodger) February 22, 2023
The owners have openly backed the manager previously but after the recent bad results and poor performances, they might be forced to let him go.