Chelsea manager, Thomas Tuchel, has today made it clear that he will include a youth graduate in their cup game against Sheffield United, liking his physical ability and dribbling to Blues legend, Eden Hazard.
Tino Anjorin was unused substitute for Chelsea in their 2-0 win against Spanish giants, Atletico Madrid. The Tuchel-led side stormed into the quarter finals of the Champions league competition.
He has also featured in the Carabao cup and was on the bench in an earlier premier league outing.
Speaking ahead of their tie against the Blades, in Friday's press conference, Tuchel said that they decided against sending the youngster on loan after closely monitoring his development in the U-23s side.
"He has the physical ability to play and train with us at this level. He has some minutes against Barnsley in the cup game and we try to involve him in the group against Sheffield because he trains very well." He said as quoted from the interview.
He also acknowledged the Champions League draw that had happened earlier on saying the Portuguese giants, Porto, are good opponents and the do have great respect for them.
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