Thomas Tuchel is one of the few Premier League coaches who has yet to sign and strengthen his playing squad heading into the new campaign, as Chelsea look to build on last season’s performance. Chelsea finished last season of the best possible way, securing their second Champions League title. after beating Manchester City 1-0 in the Premier League final.
The deciding goal of the night was scored by Kai Havertz, the club’s record signing, lured to Stamford Bridge last season to the tune of £ 72 million, but there has been no similar move this summer as Chelsea have yet to use your transfer funds. so far.
That’s not to say the rumors haven’t been accelerated with a host of potential earnings alongside some notable exits, as Thomas Tuchel’s men are constantly tied into a move for Borussia Dortmund sensation Erling Haaland, despite costing. around £ 150 million.
While the Haaland rumors are well documented, Mirror Football has taken a look at some of the other touted names with a move to West London, as well as the current crop of Chelsea talent who could be approaching the starting gate. .
Despite a stellar first full season in the Chelsea colors during Frank Lampard’s only full campaign at the club, Tammy Abraham has clearly fallen out of favor with boss Tuchel.
The forward did not participate in either of the club’s two major finals at the end of the season, an unused substitute for the Champions League final victory, before failing to make the team of the day for the defeat of the FA Cup final against Leicester City.
“Tammy is a player that a lot of clubs will want. Whether it’s a loan deal, I’m pretty sure Chelsea will want a great deal elsewhere,” he told talkSPORT.
“They’ll probably want £ 40 million or £ 50 million for him, which could be a big question in the current climate. But Tammy has to play. It’s a big deal if you just sit there. He ended up going down the pecking order. .
“He wasn’t even on some of the teams at the end of the season, was he? So it’s obvious that Tuchel isn’t going to have him as part of his plans, certainly his first 11.”