Chelsea manager Tuchel after the narrow qualification to the top four of the English premier League competitions has come out clearly and explained the wishlist players he would like to sign in the coming transfer window.
Tuchel's squad qualified for the champions League competitions by the grace of God who led Tottenham Hotspur to crush their Leicester city counterparts something that Chelsea fans has praised Tottenham Hotspur for that great support. Tuchel has now come out openly and mentioned the number of players he is interested in signing so as to strengthen the team ready for next season's competitions.
Here are number of players Tuchel needs in Stamford Bridge.
1. Julian Weigl.
Tuchel has confirmed that since he left Borussia Dortmund, has always been with an interest of signing Julian since he was doing his job very well under his coaching in Borussia Dortmund.
2. Eden Hazard.
The Belgian international and former Chelsea forward has been on a deal move back to West London to his former club where he did well. This will bring a positive impact to the Chelsea finishing line as Hazard is a good player.
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