Terry sends warning signal to Potter

BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 16 : First team coach John Terry of Aston Villa in action during a training session at the club's training ground at Bodymoor Heath on October 16, 2018 in Birmingham, England. (Photo by Neville Williams/Aston Villa FC via Getty Images

Chelsea legend John Terry has fired a warning to Blues manager Graham Potter who is struggling at the helm of the West London side since replacing Thomas Tuchel. From UEFA champions league winners to Premier League ninth-place seat. The downgrade of Chelsea has been brutal and now the club is in a situation where they can fail to secure European competition post at the end of the season.

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The Blues are currently 9th on Premier League table with a Liverpool win against Everton on Monday bringing them backwards on the standings. After spending over €600m over the last two transfer windows, the clubs is still languishing and it seems Potter has lost control over the team.

Speaking on the club’s current situation, Chelsea legend and former captain Terry said Potter has to fix things quickly for the Blues to return to where they belong. “I have nothing to do with the first team.

I’m working with the (Under) 18s and 21s and love my role. Clearly results are not good enough, and we need to get a settled team,” Terry told reporters. Meanwhile, Nigeria-eligible winger Noni Madueke made his full debut for Chelsea at the London Stadium against West Ham United. The England Under-21 international came off the bench in the Blues’ previous game against Fulham in which he created two goal-scoring chances.