Potter insists Chelsea will limit their spending in future

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Chelsea are unlikely to continue in their rich vein of spending in future transfer windows, according to Graham Potter.

Chelsea manager Graham Potter has stated that his side will not spend much in the transfer windows in the future following a huge spending in the winter transfer.

The signing of Enzo Fernandez for a British-record £106.8million on deadline day brought the club’s total outlay for January to more than £315m, and with eight new faces bringing the number of first-team players on the books to 33 the manager does not expect another assault on the market.

“I don’t think the spending will necessarily continue as it has,” said Potter. “I think there was a regeneration that needed to happen which the club have done. I think we have to say that the next window and the window after will be different.

“I’m certainly not complaining about my position here, that’s for sure. I think you’ll find with football managers they can complain about pretty much anything at any point. At the moment I’m here, it’s a fantastic opportunity, I’m really excited for it.

“There will be challenges, of course there will. But I’m just going to approach it with my similar attitude, which is to do my best and to try to improve and to try and make this club, day by day, better.”


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