Tension in Stamford Bridge: Lukaku upsets Tuchel as Chelsea’s playmaker ready to quit

Chelsea’s record signing and star striker, Romelu Lukaku has certainly upsets Blues manager, Thomas Tuchel after he said that he is not happy in Stamford Bridge.

Tuchel reacted with an outburst, describing Lukaku’s comments as noise that is not needed in the club.

Tuchel said, “I don’t want to make more out of it than it actually is. It is very easy to take lines out of context.

“To be honest, I don’t like it because it’s noise we don’t need. We need a calm environment and focus, and it does not help.

“I don’t feel him unhappy. I feel the exact opposite. If you asked me yesterday morning, I would say that he is absolutely fine. That’s why it’s a surprise, but I am the wrong person to ask.”

Tuchel thinks that the matter could be handled differently and that the Belgian striker should have had a talk with him about the matter.

Tuchel is kind of surprised about the whole matter as he said that Lukaku’s daily attitude doesn’t show that he’s unhappy.

Chelsea fans will not like their top striker to leave Stamford Bridge, not at this time.

Azpilicueta ready to quit.

Chelsea captain Azpilicueta has reportedly agreed to move to Barcelona when his contract at Stamford Bridge expires next summer.

With the veteran defender said to be eyeing a place in the Spanish national side for the 2022 World Cup, a move to Barcelona could help his cause.

According to Gerard Romero, Azpilicueta is ‘close’ to a move to Barca, with an agreement in principle already made. A disagreement over personal terms seems to be the only way the Spaniard won’t now move to Camp Nou.

If Azpilicueta’s days at Stamford Bridge are numbered, hopefully the injury problems at Chelsea right now will see him handed a good run in the side so we’re given the chance to bid farewell to a great servant to the club.

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