Todd Boehly met Nemar's entourage directly in recent days to discuss the 'different possibilities' of Neymar joining Chelsea, with Paris St' Germain
objective to sell the forward.
Chelsea recent signing, Malo Gusto is to spend his time at Cobham rehabilitating from an injury. He is expected to remain in England for the next eight to ten weeks under supervision of Chelsea medical staff.
Graham Potter held his pre-Southampton press conference from 1.30pm [UK] this afternoon.
Graham Potter on Ben Chilwell and Raheem Sterling:
"It's positive. We are going to train later. Providing they come through that okay, good chance they'll be in squad."
Graham Potter on Post Dortmund Match :
"We can always do better. The performance [in Dortmund] was another step forward, but we have a different challenge at the weekend. Satisfied, but always room to improve."
Graham Potter on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang:
"We have David Fofana as well, young player with potential. There is also other forwards. Pierre is in our squad, remains an important player. Nothing is set in stone. His attitude has been really, really good."
Graham Potter on Marc Cucurella being booed on Wednesday night:
"I didn't hear that. There was 80,000 people there."
Graham Potter on Mason Mount contract talks:
"It's always complicated. It's best I leave it with Mason and the club. He has been fantastic to work with, important player. I hope it gets resolved quickly."
Graham Potter on managing Ben Chilwell's fitness:
"That's the challenge for us. The decision will be made on how he reports today and we'll make that call probably tonight."
Graham Potter on playing Southampton without manager:
"What's happened before is no reference, that's the challenge. We have to focus on ourselves, then ready for the challenge because there is a big challenge coming our way."
"I don't like to use luck as something to wait for as you can't control it. Dortmund game as a positive in terms of chances created. The criticism for us, fair criticism is that we haven't attacked as well as I would have liked us to."
Graham Potter on VAR:
"I don't think I would have had it because I'm a traditionalist. Whatever mistake happens, happens."
Graham Potter on his team ability to score and create chances:
"The hardest thing to do is put the ball in [the net]. I'd like us to create more chances, the more you do, you back the quality. The final third is where we can improve, do better."
Graham Potter on Malo Gusto returning to Cobham:
"Malo is here to help with rehab. It's nice to meet and see him."
Graham Potter on Andrey Santos:
"Santos is still in the same place. We are looking at what the options are for him."
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