Thomas Tuchel continues to experience problems in his squad as more players are expected to quit the club this season and next season.
This summer, not less than 5 players who forms his starting line up are expected to quit leave the club and joining other rival clubs.
Ceser Azpilicueta, Anthony Rudiger, Marcos Alonso and Christiansen are some of the defensive gurus who are expected to star their seasons in Spain this summer.
In the midfield and final attacking third, Jorghino, Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner are also expected to leave the London based and join other clubs at the beginning of next season.
And French international Ngolo Kante has also dropped a major tranfer hint that could be giving Thomas Tuchel food for thought.
Kante, 31 has acknowledged the fact the he is only having one year remaining in his contract with the Blues after joining the club back in 2016 from Leicester City.
However, the 2018-world cup winner did not disclose his future dream club as he says that he will handle it when the right time comes.
Speaking to Skysports Kante said, "The only thing is sure that I have one more year and the only thing is to finish this season. I’ll think about it in the right time.”
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