Thomas Tuchel has been the talk in most sports news in the past hours after a bust with Tottenham Hotspurs manager, Antonio Conte in the London derby yesterday. The two top managers clashed during and also after the match with the referee being forced to send them off.
They are thus not going to be on the pitch in their coming fixtures. This happens with Tuchel's Chelsea still busy trying to seal off their summer transfer business.
The Blues have completed signings as well as sales. After signing Marc Cucurella from Brighton and Hove Albion few weeks ago, Chelsea's owner Todd Boehly has been open to permanently selling Italian fullback, Emerson Palmieri. The club's owner made the clear decision of parting ways with the player permanently and no loan deal.
Latest reports indicate that Chelsea's London rivals, Westham have approached the Blues in order to sign the player. David Moyes highly regards the player and wants to sign him before the window is closed. Emerson is a proven top talent and that explains why the Hammers are keen in signing him.
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