Former Chelsea goalkeeper Rob Green says the club’s manager Graham Potter faces an “unmanageable predicament” with his inflated squad.
The Blues have put in £583m on new gamers in the past two transfer windows under proprietor Todd Boehly, with eight new signings arriving in January.
Chelsea have gained two of their very last 14 video games and Green says the followers are starting off to turn on Potter.
“With the amount of players there, it is really an unmanageable situation,” reported Inexperienced.
Speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live’s Monday Night time Club, Environmentally friendly added: “At the time the group turns, it starts off to get hideous and the gamers get impacted and go into their shells.
“You can already see it from the gamers, from an attacking standpoint and then it gets harder.”
Chelsea have struggled in front of goal and they have not scored two times in a game considering the fact that the start out of November. In spite of all of their new arrivals, they ended up not able to sign a recognised striker final thirty day period.
Previous Blues striker Chris Sutton says Potter “has had a great deal to deal with”.
“With so several gamers coming in, he is unsure on his starting line-up so he has chopped and modified and you in no way get continuity when you do that,” Sutton said on the Monday Night Club.
“Goalscoring is a problem and he has kicked Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang out so they do not have a recognised striker.
“But I like that Todd Boehly, on the experience of it, is backing him extended term.
“They have possibly seemed at Arsenal and what has occurred with Mikel Arteta wherever all their admirers desired him out, but they caught with them and appear at in which they are now.”