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Two Chelsea Players Who Have Been Excellent After Changing Their Playing Positions

Most of the players at Chelsea have been performing well under German manager Thomas Tuchel. The Borussia Dortmund and Paris Saint-Germain manager have been enjoying success with the Blues since his arrival.

The team has been performing well under the German and he has built the third-best team in the league after Manchester City and Liverpool. He might have failed to win a domestic trophy last season but he reached three finals he lost in two of them.

Tuchel also could have won the Premier League if his team remained before the start of the year and he could have beat Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp. The Blues will likely do better in the Premier League next season and they will be one of the teams to watch.

He has improved the side from a struggling team to Champions League winners something a few expected. The manager has changed two Chelsea players from their natural position and they started playing better.

Mason Mount

The English midfielder has become of the best-attacking midfielders in the Premier League in the last two seasons after Thomas Tuchel came. Mount was initially a central midfielder before Thomas Tuchel came but he has transformed into a more offensive position.

He transfers into an attacking midfielder playing behind the strikers and has been beneficial to the team. Last season he was one of the most creative midfielders in England after he registered 11 assists in the Premier League

Kai Havertz

The German forward came to Chelsea as an attacking midfielder but things changed under Thomas Tuchel. The Star has become a center-forward where he has been most consistent in scoring goals.

Kai Havertz was the second-highest top scorer and he is likely to thrive more when he plays as the target man. The 23-year-old will likely score more goals when if he continues playing as the team's no 9.

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