Thomas Tuchel continues to be the man in the middle of the Chelsea crisis as he reacts to the transfer ban, MySportDab reports.
The German International has seen his job with the club more difficult as he seems the be the only one addressing the media.
Once again Thomas Tuchel has clarified some issues concerning the transfer ban which has been placed on the Chelsea football club.
The latest developments will see the club unable to make new signings, sell any player, or extend any expiring contract of players.
This has led to many mixed reactions coming from the fans and media with some saying it is unfair to the club in general.
Although the club has been offered a special license to operate for the main time unable serious ban which already started complicating things.
Yesterday Chelsea jersey sponsor 3 pulled out from their deal which will now see them stop using the logo both in their stadium.
The transfer ban is also another serious issue that could see them lose Antonio Rudiger and Cesar Azpilicueta who are yet to extend contracts.
Fabrizio Romano has confirmed the latest update coming from the manager who is hopeful of everything going on with them as of now.
Here Is What He Said:
Thomas Tuchel on Chelsea contracts and new signings in stand-by:
“I trust in everybody who is in charge in the government to find a solution that keeps us going through the season, and gives us the possibility to be in charge of our actions in the summer”.
Things don’t look good if the government of the UK refuses to come to an understanding with the club representatives on the ban and restrictions.
Nothing has been confirmed yet as meetings will be ongoing with the government as they plan to resolve things before the summer window which is fast approaching.