Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has done well with the group of players he inherited at Chelsea.
Besides the introduction of Romelu Lukaku to the Chelsea first team, Tuchel has stuck with and improved the players he met, and achieved winning the Champions League last term.
Tuchel has now been told to have the in-form Conor Gallagher ready for first team football next season. The 21-year-old has been in good form this season, and has netted four goals for the Eagles this campaign so far.
“It is going to be really interesting to see whether Conor Gallagher can break into the Chelsea team next season,” Cascarino told The Times.
“At 21, he has been superb on loan at Crystal Palace and he carries a bigger goal threat than any of the central midfield players at Chelsea at the moment.
“I think he can score ten goals a season for them, and he has so much energy in the way he gets around the pitch.
“The question will be whether he is good enough technically to play in Thomas Tuchel’s system — I think he is.”