Thomas Tuchel releases team and injury updates ahead Man United clash

CHELSEA manager, Thomas Tuchel has given fresh updates on his team and injury concerns ahead an all important game in the ongoing English Premier League.

The Blues are looking to cement their position in the top four as they travel to face Manchester United at Old Trafford.

Thomas during a press conference today before their team training at Cobham answered few questions and also gave update on the team .

After beating Westham United at Home last weekend, thanks to the late winner scored by Christian Pulisic who a 75 minute sub for Chelsea in the game .

The Chelsea Boss mentioned that Mateo Kovacic who got injured during the FA Cup tie with Crystal Palace and Hudson Odoi with Ben Chilwell are all out of the game for their visit to Old Trafford on Thursday .

Rugider has returned to training and Chelsea are happy about that , both Reece James who missed the Westham game is also back to training today .

Andreas Christainsen who is still being examined is sick and might miss out on the Derby game on Thursday . The boss also added that Ross Barkley is also sick and might not also feature against Manchester United.

When the boss was asked about the reaction from the Chelsea squad on Rugider’s news

He said

‘I don’t think anybody likes it. Toni is a huge factor in our last one and a half seasons together. He gives everybody confidence in the dressing room. He is a unique character, an aggressive leader. He plays on an outstanding level. He loves responsibility.

He also added

‘We have to accept it, and we will accept it. There will be life at Chelsea after Toni. Now the most important thing is it ends like it has been for the last one and a half year, on the highest level possible.’

He also added that he is looking torwards replacing Toni Rudiger and improving the team and the in coming teammates for next season .

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