Potentially Manchester City or Bayern could get Mbappe, but I think those two clubs already have great players. I think Liverpool could be an option but I’m not sure Mbappe would want to live there! That’s with all due respect to the scousers, Leboeuf said.
The legendary Chelsea player, however, has been quite disappointed with the way the Blues have been performing of late. Leboeuf, who spent five years in England with Chelsea, said Stamford Bridge has become a mid-table club.
Let’s be realistic – Chelsea are a mid-table club. Attracting players will be difficult and players like Mbappe won’t want to move to us. Big players want to play in the Champions League. Arsenal have had this problem for years, as have Manchester United. The best players won’t come to Chelsea because the club has fallen. It’s incredible to see what the club has become in just two years after winning the Champions League. I am disgusted with it. I have nothing against Todd Boely, but they need to change things quickly or they will ruin the club, said the 55-year-old former central defender.
Chelsea failed to qualify for this season’s Champions League, finishing the Premier League campaign in 12th place. Chelsea have reportedly invested around £1 billion in the transfer market since Todd Boely took charge of the Premier League club 18 months ago.
Unfortunately, that investment has yet to pay off. Chelsea scored just 38 Premier League goals last season, the second highest record in the club’s history. The fewest goals scored in the Premier League was in 1923-24, when Chelsea were relegated from the tournament.
Chelsea brought in Mauricio Pochettino as head coach this summer. However, Pochettino’s arrival did not help Chelsea turn their fortunes around. They are currently in 14th place in the Premier League standings, managing to claim only a win so far. Chelsea’s attacking unit, on ccThis time he has only five goals in the Premier League, but this time he is very unsuccessful.
In the last match Chelsea won 1-0 against Brighton in the Carabao Cup. Pochettino’s side will resume Premier League action with a match against Fulham on October 3.