Report: Tuchel discusses new transfers after Chelsea’s defeat Arsenal
Tuchel discusses transfers after Chelsea’s win at Arsenal
Thomas Tuchel open on transfers after Chelsea defeat Arsenal, admitting that “We maybe don’t have the biggest squad”.
Chelsea built on their 3-0 win over Crystal Palace on the opening weekend 2021/2022 season
However, beating Arsenal 2-0 at Emirates Stadium on Sunday, helps from Lukaku and James.
Stamford Bridge have made a brilliant transfer this summer window bring back Romelu Lukaku
Also signing third goalkeeper Marcus Bettinelli to their ranks on a free transfer
Moreover, the have been tipped to dip back into the market before the August 31 deadline.
Sevilla defender Jules Kounde has been strongly linked with a move to Stamford Bridge
According to Goal understands the recent performance of Trevor Chalobah has made club officials rethink their strategy.
Tuchel concedes that he isn’t blessed with the largest squad
but doesn’t feel any more changes are necessary due to the high-quality competition for places within his current ranks.
Pressed on whether there will be any more new arrivals at Chelsea this summer, the German head coach told a post-match press conference:
“I am absolutely happy with our squad and the alternatives we have.
It’s not too big a squad, we were missing Christian Pulisic today and that meant everybody else was in the squad.
“That means we maybe don‘t have the biggest squad but that we have a very competitive squad in all positions.
This, on one hand, is necessary because we play a lot of competitions and we play the World Club Cup in December.
We also played very long last season and there was the Euros and Copa America.
“So if we want to compete we need this level. But at the same time, it’s also important we’re a strong group
this was maybe the key for the last half a year. We played with a strong bond and a great team spirit.
“This is a challenge for the team and for me to create this atmosphere again.
And that everybody is ready to take hard decisions and keep pushing the team. If we do this we can achieve more than we have.”