Yesterday evening, reports from London stated that Chelsea had reached an agreement with Mauricio Pochettino to become their head coach next season.
According to Fabrizio Romano, a trusted journalist in transfer news, the Argentine will sign a three-year contract at the bridge. Pochetinno enjoyed success in his time at Spurs, as he took them to their only Champions League final appearance in 2019.
Pochettino has reportedly told the Blues ownership to do whatever it takes to sign Mason Mount to a long-term contract, as he wants to build around players like Mount, Reece James, Chillwell, and Enzo Fernandez.
He has also requested a striker in the summer, regardless of the decision they will take regarding on-loan striker Romelu Lukaku, who is at Inter Milan for this season.
Additionally, he also needs a new goalkeeper who can compete with the current one in case Mendy or Kepa leaves the club.
He will officially take charge in June, at the beginning of the preseason.