The German head coach said whether the Blues will still sign after their second consecutive victory in the Premier League
Thomas Tuchel discusses transfers to Chelsea’s win at Arsenal, acknowledging that “we may not have the biggest team”.
Chelsea built on their 3-0 win over Crystal Palace the first weekend of the new season by beating Arsenal 2-0 at Emirates Stadium on Sunday, thanks to goals from first-half Romelu Lukaku and Reece James.
The Blues spent £ 98 million ($ 134 million) to re-sign Lukaku at Inter after adding goalkeeper Marcus Bettinelli on a free transfer to their ranks, but that they are back in the market before the August 31 deadline. sou val.
What was said?
Sevilla defender Jules Kounde, however, is strongly linked with a move to Stamford Bridge, but Purpose understand that the recent The rise of Trevor Chalobah has made club officials think about their strategy.
Tuchel admits he has not been blessed with the biggest team, but does not feel that more changes are needed due to the high quality competition for places in his current ranks.
The German head coach said during a press conference after the game whether there will be any new arrivals at Chelsea: “I am absolutely satisfied with our team and the alternatives we have. It is not too big a team, we were Christian Pulisic is missing today and that means everyone was in the group.
‘It means that we may not have the biggest team, but that we have a very competitive team in all positions. also played very long last season and there were the Euros and Copa America.
“So if we want to compete, we need this level. But at the same time, it’s important that we are a strong group; that was perhaps the key for the last six months. We played with a strong band and a good team spirit. .
“It’s a challenge for the team and for me to re-create this atmosphere. And that everyone is ready to make difficult decisions and continue the team. If we do that, we can achieve more than we have. “
Will there still be sales at Chelsea?
Tuchel may not plan to bring in any more new faces, but a number of issues are expected at Stamford Bridge in the coming days.
The Blues have already sold people like Tammy Abraham, Fikayo Tomori, Olivier Giroud and Victor Moses, while lending Michy Batshuayi, Billy Gilmour, Kenedy and Emerson Palmieri.
Davide Zappacosta, Danny Drinkwater, Ross Barkley and Tiemoue Bakayoko can also go through the exits, along with Kurt Zouma, who has been named for a transfer to London’s rivals West Ham.