Chelsea are NOT ready to win the Premier League, Paul Scholes insists after the Wolves’ defeat. He highlights a “lack of creativity” as a major weakness and says that Mason Mount and Kai Havertz need another year to develop into “sensational players”.
- Chelsea missed a chance to take the top after a late loss to Wolves
- Goals from Daniel Podence and Pedro Neto helped the Wolves come from behind
- Despite a tight league, Paul Scholes thinks it’s too early for this Chelsea team
- He said he was still looking for the title race between Liverpool and Man City
Paul Scholes has claimed Chelsea are still a year away from the Premier League title challenge as players like Mason Mount and Kai Havertz still need time to develop.
Frank Lampard’s side lost for the second year in a row in the Premier League with a 2-1 loss to Wolves thanks to a late goal from Pedro Neto.
Chelsea have shown signs of improvement since last season but Scholes believe there is still a lack of creativity in the squad.
Chelsea lost the Premier League for the second year in a row after a late Pedro Neto goal
Losing meant that Chelsea missed the chance to compete against leaders Tottenham