Graham Potter Eyes Chelsea Revenge with New Premier League Job and Transfer Plans

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Graham Potter, the former manager of Chelsea, is reportedly in talks to become the new manager of Crystal Palace. Despite his short-lived tenure at Stamford Bridge, Potter’s reputation as a tactician remains respected, and Crystal Palace seems ready to overlook his past with their rivals, Brighton.

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Potter’s Potential Move to Crystal Palace

Potter, who was sacked by Chelsea in April after just over half a season in charge, has been linked with several clubs, including French outfit Nice and Tottenham. However, recent reports suggest that he is in talks with Crystal Palace. The club is looking for a new manager as Roy Hodgson, who replaced Patrick Vieira earlier this year, indicated he wasn’t expecting to be on the touchline again next season.

Potter’s First Transfer Target

Interestingly, Crystal Palace is already being linked with a Chelsea player – Lewis Hall. The young player, who can play at left-back or in midfield, was given his Premier League debut by Potter back in November. A loan spell away from Stamford Bridge might be suitable for Hall, and Palace would gladly take him on board.

The summer could bring significant changes for both Graham Potter and Crystal Palace. With the club in need of a new manager and Potter looking for a fresh start, this could be a perfect match. However, only time will tell if these reports materialise into an official appointment.

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