‘They felt something special’ – Pochettino reveals why Caicedo and Lavia joined Chelsea

'They felt something special' - Pochettino reveals why Caicedo and Lavia joined Chelsea
'They felt something special' - Pochettino reveals why Caicedo and Lavia joined Chelsea

“Romeo Lavia and Moises Caicedo have both turned their backs on moves to Liverpool and have instead chosen to join Chelsea. It comes as The Bluesu0027 transfer spending under Todd Boehly has almost reached £1billion. And Mauricio Pochettino has congratulated the owners on the new signings while also claiming he believes Lavia and Caicedo joined Chelsea because “they felt something special”.”


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