- Chelsea attackers are growing worried in the manner head coach Thomas Tuchel treats them as they feel his tactics is unfavourable to them
- Romelu Lukaku, last month, voiced out his frustrations over the German methods as the Belgian complained of him struggling to adapt to Tuchel’s style of play
- It is now believed that some of Chelsea players will be seeking a move away from Stamford Bridge if the mood at the Blues doesn’t change soonest
Chelsea strikers are growing increasingly worried about how they are being deployed by manager Thomas Tuchel at the Stamford as the Blues continue to struggle for goals.
Romelu Lukaku, last month, voiced his frustrations about how he has struggled to adapt to the German’s tactics which have caused his goal ratio to drop drastically.
According to a report via Daily Star, it is now evident that several Chelsea players are unhappy with Thomas Tuchel’s managerial style.
The Stamford Bridge club look like they are heading into a crisis situation as players are reportedly plotting a summer exit away if things do not change.
The Express reports that constant outbursts on the touchline and harsh reactions by Tuchel to mistakes directed at Chelsea's attacking players have reportedly seen players morale plummet.
The Blues title challenge this season has imploded after having a bright start to the start of this season’s campaign which has seen the Blues drop to 3rd position on the league table.
The Blues are now 10 points behind Manchester City who sit in first and have a game deficit to Chelsea with many now tipping the Blues to only just secure a Champions League spot.
Martial Close to Tears As Brazilian Legend Ronaldo Sends Support Message
Earlier Sportsbrief reported Manchester United striker Anthony Martial has completed a loan move to Sevilla and received a warm message from Brazilian legend Ronaldo de Lima.
The Frenchman was given a 5-star reception at the club’s unveiling as he will be looking forward to ending the season with silverware.
Martial completed his medical in Andalusia after Manchester United and Sevilla agreed terms for his loan deal.
Interim Man Utd manager Ralf Rangnick had remained adamant that a deal would only be sanctioned if the Spaniards accepted they would pay the entirety of his wages.