Chelsea dealt transfer blow for Bayern Munich star as Thomas Tuchel has plan to rival Man City



Here is your Chelsea morning digest on Sunday, November 21 as the Blues prepare to face Juventus on Tuesday following their victory over Leicester yesterday.

Sule blow

Chelsea have suffered a huge blow in their hopes of landing German centre-back Niklas Sule after Bayern Munich offered the defender a new deal.

He is out of contract at the end of the season but according to Bild, via the Mirror, Bayern have made their first offer in an attempt to extend his stay at the Allianz Arena.

As the futures of Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen remain uncertain, the Blues will be looking to strengthen at the back in the coming months.

Fabregas explains Tuchel success

Cesc Fabregas has explained that Chelsea have been successful under Thomas Tuchel because the team have formed a certain sense of unity.

“I was curious to see how he will do with Chelsea; after two, three games, you could see the impact that he had made,” he told CBS Sports.

“And then I realised that at the end of the day, the team makes the difference. Because if you have a team full of quality like Chelsea have but on top of that, they are humble, they work hard, they’re disciplined, they know what to do when they listen to the coach, they give their all, they’re together and they are a full team then these results come.”

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Tuchel’s plan to rival Man City and Liverpool

Thomas Tuchel wants his inexperienced team to focus on the process of challenging for the title rather than the outcome of lifting the trophy.

Speaking ahead of the game against Leicester, he said: “There are some guys who are waiting for titles in leagues. I think we have a pretty young team that is maybe not so used to winning.

“There is no reason now to talk about big titles. You will not find one day before the semi-final ended where we talked about winning the Champions League because if you don’t win the semi-final there is no winning of the Champions League. It is an easy as that.”

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