Chelsea has not started in the best possible way the journey in the championship, as after the first five rounds they count only one win, two losses and as many draws.
One positive for the London Blues is the form midfielder Conor Gallagher has been in this early season.
Gallagher has started the last five games for the London club in the Premier League so far this season.
According to the English media, Mauricio Pochettino appreciates three things in the Englishman: his persistence, his personality, and his tactical skills.
However, this does not mean that the midfielder’s future at Chelsea is secure.
Gallagher’s current contract runs until 2025 and so far there have been no negotiations between the parties for a possible renewal.
The London club have left their case open, deciding to let time tell whether Gallagher will be sold or remain part of the team.
There are many factors that can influence this decision, starting with whether the 23-year-old will continue to remain part of the starting line-up when the injured players return.
The midfielder’s desire is to play for Chelsea, but above all, his main priority remains to play and develop as he aims to make England’s EURO 2024 squad.