Details have emerged about Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel's secret plans to offload some of his first squad players this summer, in order to create room for new signings of his own preference. The 47-year old is reportedly having plenty options to take this summer and play his cards smart, so as he can be able to build a more competitive squad.
Despite winning seven out of his first ten matches and drawing three without losing even a single game, the Blues manager is still not satisfied with his side's performance. He is specifically facing a hard time of scoring goals. Therefore the manager is on efforts to find for perfect solution of that problem.
The manager may also require to add a few players in the defence and midfield. This is the only way he could manage to achieve his dream of winning the English Premier League title next season. The new manager is said to gave won Roman Abramovich confidence and the other Blues board.
He is therefore likely going to be given chances to make decisions on his preferable players this summer. Accoding to Daily Star Sport, the Blues manager may decide to offload eight of his senior team players this summer. Most of them looks to be struggling in fitting into the manager's playing system and hence they have lost their places in the Blues first team.
The eight players who could be shown an exit door are, the striker Oliver Giroud and veteran defender Thiago Silva who are out of contract this summer. The others include, Tammy Abraham, Kai Havertz, Callum Hudson Odoi, Jorginho, Marcos Alonso and Kepa Arrizabalaga.
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