Chelsea are set to release several players this summer. They aim to free up their salary quest. Some players are old and need to leave according to the tradition of the club. The Blues will be welcoming some new faces too in a bid to strengthen Tuchel's squad. Some surprising names have been revealed of players set to be released. This includes striker Tammy Abraham, midfielder Ruben Loftus Cheek and Olivier Giroud. The fans seems to be against the idea but the board will make the eventual decision.
Chelsea fans have got to celebrate as Chelsea star will not be leaving this summer. Callum Hudson Odoi has been confirmed that he will not leave Chelsea. The player has massive talents which Tuchel wants to bring out. He was listed in the Golden Boy at the age of 18 years. The injury he picked in his second season provided a huge setback for his development. He is working on his fitness as he hopes to take good steps into improvement. The player is made of Cobham and should be kept at the club until his potential is manipulated.
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