Chelsea are looking forward to making important signings this summer to boost Tuchel's squad ahead of next season. There are reports of Chelsea could lose Lukaku to Inter Milan on-loan in this summer as per Sunsport.
This is followed by earlier exit of Rudiger and Christensen who left on a free transfer after failing to agree on new contract with the club. Now according to Daily Mail Marina Granovskaia the former Chelsea director left last week on a permanent basis.
Now Petr Cech leaves Chelsea after meeting with club's owner Todd Boehly recently as per The Mirror report. Petr worked at Chelsea as technical and performance advisor. Ha said, "It has been a huge privilege to perform this role at Chelsea for the past three years.
With the club now under new ownership, I feel now is the right time for me to step aside. "He told club media as per the Mirror. It is a huge blow to the manager, Tuchel at a time when his set to search and sign high profile players this summer.
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