Cole Palmer admits there’s something special he loves about Mauricio Pochettino.
Pochettino hasn’t had the easiest run as Chelsea manager since he assumed the office last summer.
After 20 games, the Blues have only managed eight wins, drawing four, and losing an astonishing eight.
Chelsea also have just 28 points from a possible 60 this season, and sit in 10th place at the moment.
However, despite the issues the club is clearly facing, Palmer isn’t shying away from giving Pochettino his flowers, and he has now revealed he loves the way the Argentine relates with everyone at Stamford Bridge.
“I’ve noticed about him that with everyone he’s the same, the cooks, the physios, us [the players],” he told Sky Sports.
“He asks you questions and he’s genuinely interested. It’s brilliant.”
Meanwhile, Palmer had a game to forget, as Chelsea were downed 1-0 by Middlesbrough at the Riverside.
The 21-year-old played as a false nine, and had numerous opportunities to score for Chelsea, but he missed them all, and the team ended up on the losing end.