The relationship between Niklas Sule and the Bayern board has not been received with great joy recently. The club's Chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge openly pointed fingers at the 25-year old for his performance in the 2-1 defeat by Eintracht Frankfurt in February this year. The Germany international has also faced severe criticism from the media over his fitness levels. It is in this regard that Sule views his time at the club has come to an end.
Tuchel wants the Bayern ace at Chelsea for his competitiveness, passing ability and ability to read the game. Whilst the Germany giants signed Dayot Upamecano early this year, his position at at the club is at high stakes as he enters his final year of his contract. It is understood that talks for contract renewal are stalled at the moment making it unlikely that he will stay at Allianz Arena.
Chelsea is now lining up a £30m fee for the German stalwart before his contract expires or wait for him on a free transfer next summer. Despite boasting good defensive records under Tuchel's reign, Chelsea is believed to one more experienced center back and a forward to compete for titles.
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