With close to a month before the transfer window closure, clubs are using this opportunity to sign players and managers before the start of the next football campaigns. As other players exit their clubs, some like Dembele have signed a new contract to extend his stay at Barcelona.
So far Chelsea has only signed Raheem Sterling from Man city and and fans are are happy after waiting for the announcement if Koulibaly's confirmation. Chelsea's boss Thomas Tuchel shared in an interview that he's mainly focusing with the defensive side and cleared the air about signing Christiano Ronaldo or Lewandowsky.
Rudigar, Lukaku, Saul Niguez and Andreas Christensen have already left Stamford bridge with rumors of Alonso, Cesar Azpilicueta and Ziyech spiraling across the social media platforms.
As Tuchel aims to improve his club, there are several players that the German coach should retain and utilize during this transfer window.They include:-
For the past few weeks there has been speculations concerning rumors about Ziyech's move to AC Milan.
The attacking midfielder joined Chelsea in 14 February 2020 under the leadership of Frank Lampard. He has speed, good dribbling tactics and attacking tactics,and a superb left foot to deliver nice crosses. He helped Chelsea during the last seasons campaigns scoring a penalty against Villarreal and earned his team victory in the UEFA Super Cup. Ziyech's memorable goal was against Tottenham when he curled a thrilling winning short early this year.
2. Marcos Alonso
The left back defender has been reliable for Chelsea's last EPL Campaigns season. He played for almost the entire season due to Ben Chilwell's injury. Fans were in doubt wether there will be a perfect replacement for the former Leicester City player who missed the entire season with a knee ligament injury when Chelsea were playing against Juventus in the Champions league.He also has a strong left foot and is considered as a master of free kicks.
Remember the second leg during the last champions league when Chelsea was playing against Lille, It was really an intense game Wich required speed and stamina. This also happened When Chelsea plaid against Real Madrid in the second leg. Talents such us Levi would be would be beneficial when Chelsea faces tough opponents like Portsmouth etc.
We haven't seen much from Kennedy since his arrival in a loan from Flamengo early this year, Ethan Ampadu, and many more.Batkley Isa nice player too despite his long range wide shots.
Broja is another key player that Tuchel should work with in the next season. The hummers are interested with the striker but Chelsea are also In need for a striker to replace Lukaku who left for inter Milan.
If only he can avoid those blind shots and focus on crossing most, he's really a good midfielder.Pulicic also lucks finishing drills. We saw how he lost many chances when the Blues played against Liverpool in the Carabao cup last season.
Which players do you thing Tuchel should let go before the return of EPL 2922/2023 season?
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