Chelsea is one of the best clubs in the world of football and are currently the English premier league, league leaders after the opening 14 games with 33 points. However, the Blue have been hit with injuries to their top players, with the likes of Kovacic, Kante, Chilwel and recently Trevoh Chalobah.
Speaking during friday's press conference Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel hinted at position change for Chelsea's loan star and midfielder Saul Niguez. Tuchel told Football London " I think that he could play in a wingback role for us. Even if we play in a dominant game, an offensive game because he is very strong in arriving in the opponents' box."
He continued " Very strong in finishing, he has good timing to arrive at the second post for the header. He sometimes does this in training which is why we think he could be a good fit and maybe in the next games we have to try because Chilly is out long-term and a lot of games are coming and we maybe cannot put every game on Marcos’ shoulders."
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