Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand has claimed that Thomas Tuchel is not happy at Chelsea despite Chelsea winning their opening Premier League match against Everton.
According to Ferdinand Thomas Tuchel is not happy with Chelsea’s summer recruitment and transfer business.
The Blues have signed Kalidou Koulibaly, Marc Cucurella, Raheem Sterling, and Carney Chukwuekmeka amounting to close to £ 150. The blues have also seen Antonio Rudiger, Andreas Christensen, and Romelu Lukaku left the club this summer.
Timo Werner and Marcos Alonso are expected to leave the club. Timo Werner is set to join his former club RB Leipzig for £20 million and Marcos Alonso is also expected to join Barcelona.
Chelsea is still negotiating with Leicester City for Wesley Fofana after Leicester City rejected their first and second bid. Chelsea now faces strong competition from Paris Saint Germain for the signature of the French international. The blues are also interested in Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
However, Rio Ferdinand claims Thomas Tuchel is frustrated about Chelsea’s transfer business.
What did Rio Ferdinand say about Thomas Tuchel?
The Manchester United Legend said on him You tube channel vibe with five: “They seem out of sorts, the comments from the manager, he’s not happy, he doesn’t seem happy with the way the recruitment has gone.
“Not being able to get the players in, a lot of players want to get out.
“Chelsea didn’t look like a team that was running fluid [against Everton]. They looked a little bit all over the place. You could see the frustration after, he wasn’t happy with the way that they played.
“It’s the environment at the training ground. There are a lot of players who want to leave, they’ve been very open about that they don’t want to be there. [Timo] Werner’s going to Leipzig, [Marcos] Alonso’s going to Barcelona.”
Meanwhile, Ben Chilwell has expressed his excitement after making his full return to action in the Premier League after his injury.
The Chelsea left-back said after Chelsea’s 1-0 victory over Everton: “I’m feeling good and ready. Obviously it’s my first game in the Premier League for a long time so I’m very happy to be back, it’s the best feeling in the world.
“I’ve been out for a long time so to come back into the Premier League and have an impact winning a penalty for the team to get the win was a really nice feeling.
“I’ve worked hard for a long time for that moment to play in the Premier League again and it just felt amazing to be back on the pitch with the boys.
“I’ve had the whole of pre-season plus a few extra weeks where I came in early but it’s completely different to this.
“The Premier League is intense, that’s why it’s one of the best leagues in the world. Every week is a tough game especially when you come here, one of the toughest places to come, so I’m happy to get the win but also exhausted.
“We had a conversation yesterday where he [Thomas Tuchel] asked if I felt ready and I said of course.”