Tuchel Finally Confirmed 3 Players To Offload Before Transfer Window Closes


Some players at Chelsea football club have been performing very poorly in recent times and Thomas Tuchel has list 3 players to offload  before the summer transfer window closes so that they can create space for new signings. Here are 3 players Chelsea should offload before the summer transfer window closes.


1 – Trevoh Chalobah: The young defender failed to perform at optimum level for the London based club last season and that has also been the case for him so far in the pre-season matches, he has been struggling to make an impact in the team and he needs to be sold.

He is clearly not up to the standard of playing for a top premier league side like Chelsea football club. His performance against Arsenal football club yesterday was also very poor and it shows that he still needs to improve. He should join a team where he can get more playing time and improve.


2 – Conor Gallagher: The former Crystal Palace loanee has not been able to perform up to expectations in the ongoing pre-season matches, he has not been able to fit into the playing style of the team. He should be offloaded by Chelsea football club before the summer transfer window closes.

The Midfield of Chelsea football club is still very weak despite his return to the club, the team should offload him either by selling him permanently or sending him out on loan again before the summer transfer window closes so that the team can sign a better Midfielder to the club.


3 – Timo Werner: The Germany striker has been present in the attack of Chelsea football club for seasons now but he has not really even impactful in the team. He has not been scoring goals for the team, he lacks confidence in front of goal and he has been missing a lot of chances.

The club should sale him to another club before the summer transfer window is closed so that they can sign a new striker ahead of the new season. They should not depend on the former RB Leipzig striker for goals when the new season starts.