Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has agreed to release another star from the squad this summer as he vows to fight with both Manchester City and Liverpool on the title race this season.
The Blues summer session has been one to forget as their top targets have refused to join the Stamford Bridge. Chelsea chased Jules Kounde who at the end decided to join Barcelona.
And according to Daily Mail, Thomas Tuchel is now set to Macos Alonso who is interested with a move to Barca. The manager says Alonso had a wish to leave the club this summer and it has forced the club to release him as they plan the future without the Spanish defender.
This comes at a time when Alonso missed yesterday clash against Everton as the Blues recorded their first 1-0 win to raise their hopes for the top spot finish on the Premier League table.
Chelsea have already lost Antonio Rudiger and Christensen while landing Raheem Sterling, Kalidou Koulibaly and Marc Cucurella. Chelsea supporters believe the club has the quality to win another Premier League title and ours is to wait and see what happens during this season given the Premier League is underway.
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