Former Manchester United star, Dimitar Berbatov, believes Chelsea striker, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will be questioning manager Graham Potter after losing his place at the Blues.
Chelsea ended their run of three straight losses with a 1-0 win over Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge last Sunday.
Aubameyang, however, has struggled to make an impact since joining Potter’s side from Barcelona.
The former Arsenal captain has scored just one goal in 10 appearances so far for Chelsea.
In Chelsea’s last two matches, Potter has decided to play Kai Havertz in attack ahead of Aubameyang.
“They [Chelsea] needed a win, you can say it was an ugly win, but a win is a win and they needed exactly that at this moment,” Berbatov told Premier League Productions.
“But they have a lot of questions ahead of them. Firstly, in my mind, they have bought a lot of players and what happens when the injured ones come back? They’ll come back eventually, then you have a lot of players, how are you going to deal with that problem, that luxury problem?”
He added, “For example, [Kai] Havertz scored the goal and he is not the centre-forward. You have a centre-forward on the bench, Aubameyang, and you are playing someone who is not playing that type of position.
“So now Aubameyang is sitting there thinking, ‘boss, what is going on? I am a centre-forward, obviously, you don’t trust me’.
“There are going to be questions flying around the training ground and he will need to deal with it. But at the end of the day, the important thing, for now, was the win for them.”



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