A report via the Telegraph UK revealed that Chelsea manager Graham Potter has been given a two-match period to save his job at Stamford Bridge.

This is coming after the Blues yet again suffered defeat at Tottenham last weekend which means they have won only twice in their last 15 games.

The reports claimed that the club’s owners and senior players are now growing concerned over the poor form.

Chelsea hierarchy are said to be worried about whether the former Brighton manager can turn things around at Stamford Bridge or not.

The new signings have also been shocked by the pressure they are under, while those who have been left out from matchday squads are becoming irked.

Recall that Chelsea co-owner, Todd Boehly was present during the Blues game vs Tottenham, the reports revealed he will be joined by his fellow controlling co-owner Behdad Eghbali for the next two fixtures against Leeds and Borussia Dortmund, which are both at Stamford Bridge.

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