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Tuchel 'Makes Huge Demand To Chelsea New Owner Boehly' To Keep Blues Competitive Next Season

Chelsea have finished the season in 3rd position in the Premier League table. And are well placed to play a Champions League football next season. However with still uncertainty over their change of ownership. Even after naming LA Dodgers co-owner Todd Boehly as the preferred bidder to takeover from Roman.

The latter awaits UK government and Premier League approval to finally start work at Chelsea. And with that said and done it come to pass after UK government sanctioned Roman and his assets frozen. And the club haven't been able to make any stars signing or contract extension.

Tuchel on next season plans, "We will miss Toni (Rudiger), and we will miss Andreas Christensen and a lot of guys maybe. We have to start rebuilding to be competitive. We have clear ideas for the profiles and characteristics of these players (we want to sign). This is the situation and from there we do our very best to be competitive because this is what we want to be. "Said Tuchel after Watford win as per The Express.

The likes of Rudiger and Christensen are leaving the club in this June on a free transfer. So is uncertainty over the future of the spaniards Cesar and Alonso amid their reported desire to join Barcelona as per Sunsport. Despite Chelsea having an option to extend Cesar contract by one more year.

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