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Chelsea are reluctant to let Conor Gallagher go this month

Conor Gallagher

Graham Potter reportedly does not wish to let Conor Gallagher go this summer. According to reports Graham Potter is not ready to part ways with Conor Gallagher this month. He is reluctant to let the player leave despite of him getting a few offers from other clubs. Gallagher seems to be in demand this season, with at least two elite clubs being interested in him. Crystal Palace apparently wants to re-sign the player. Gallaher played for Crystal Palace when he was sent on a loan deal by Chelsea. Furthermore, the player had a wonderful season with Palace. This move had earned him a position in the England national team. Newcastle United are said to be another club that is interested in the player. This could be an enticing offer for the English man, as he is not a regular starter at Stamford Bridge.

Conor Gallagher could end up leaving Chelsea if he is offered a favorable deal

Conor Gallagher have featured more times under Potter than that of Thomas Tuchel. But he has rarely started in the starting XI. Most of his contributions to the Blues came from the bench. Whereas he was a regular starter at Palace. He can very much join back Crystal Palace and reclaim his position but the same cannot be said for Newcastle. Newcastle manager Howe has found a winning formula with his consistent starting XI player. Although Conor Gallagher can provide decent support for the Newcastle United team. Though nothing about his future is known to anybody. Nobody knows whether or not the English player wants to leave Chelsea or not.

Reports claim that Graham Potter wants Conor Gallagher to stay at Chelsea. The manager wants him to stay at Stamford Bridge even if the player have to sit on the bench. Gallagher could want to stay at his boyhood club even if it means sitting on the bench and being a substitute player. Though this all might change if Chelsea signs a new midfielder in the next few weeks.

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