Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has today reacted to the inclusion of Reece James in Eden Hazard deal to return to Stamford bridge. Former Chelsea striker has been identified to be in Chelsea wishlist over the potential return to Stamford bridge. Reece James is likely to be included in the swap deal as Real Madrid want him in return.
However, Tuchel is against the opinion as he want to keep James in Stamford bridge. Reece James who came from Chelsea academy has been influential and important under Tuchel's time. He has been a regular starter as right back for Chelsea over a time and his support to the club is high.
Tuchel and Chelsea board are ready to defender Reece James over the potential move to Real Madrid. ' He is one of regular starter and main right back. It's too early to let him leave Stamford bridge. He's a promising youngsters who has just come from the academy. He need more time at the senior team.'
Chelsea is chasing the race to sign back Eden Hazard who joined Spanish club Real Madrid in the summer of 2019. Hazard was a powerful and prolific Chelsea striker who had great success in Chelsea and developed a strong bond with Chelsea boss Roman Abramovich.
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