Mauricio Pochettino’s merciless decisions will determine the fate of every Chelsea player’s summer transfer.

With players like Mason Mount, Levi Colwill, and Kai Havertz already commanding the headlines, Chelsea are in for a very busy transfer window. The most recent episode of View from the Bridge is now online and addressing everything.

If the days after the end of the season are any indication, Chelsea will be active during the upcoming transfer window. The Blues must make their squad appealing to Mauricio Pochettino before his anticipated arrival in time for preseason.

The size of the West London team’s squad has drawn attention, but Frank Lampard revealed bluntly that too many players either saw their futures elsewhere or were dissatisfied with their position. Without a doubt, Chelsea needs to scale back, and that’s even before a sizable part of the loan army returns.

Following the final day of the Premier League season, Mason Mount has been in the spotlight more than Ruben Loftus-Cheek, whose retirement against Newcastle makes a judgment on him simple. Conor Gallagher, Trevoh Chalobah, and Mateo Kovacic, among others, have been linked to departures, but with the possibility that Pochettino wants to build around an English core, some difficult decisions lie ahead.

Naturally, Chelsea’s upcoming transactions will determine where they can sell as well. Along with Moises Caicedo, Edouard Mendy and Kepa Arrizabalaga could still leave the team, leaving room for a new No. 1.

Brighton has put Chelsea to the test in their pursuit of the latter by making a move for him. Although the Blues have stated that they are not looking to sell him, they do not lack for central defenders, so one or more may need to move. A challenging task considering that only Colwill has not received a transfer or had his contract extended in the previous 12 months.

On the left side of defense, a significant choice must be made between Ben Chilwell, Marc Cucurella, Lewis Hall, and Ian Maatsen. The Spaniard might be the one to depart.

The futures of Chelsea’s wings may already be predetermined thanks to the January transfers of Noni Madueke and Mykhailo Mudryk, who play farther upfield. Christian Pulisic and Hakim Ziyech might eventually be able to leave the team.

To determine if each Chelsea player will be a part of Pochettino’s squad for the upcoming campaign, our Chelsea journalists Scott Trotter and Bobby Vincent have examined their individual roles on the team. They do not, however, concur on all points.

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