Journalist Piers Morgan predicted that Chelsea's somewhat underwhelming transfer approach this summer will lead to the Blues' failure this season and force coach Tuchel to resign
After new £4.25 billion owner Todd Boehly replaced Roman Abramovich after the latter’s sentencing, Chelsea entered a period of change that started last season. for the reason that Russia and Ukraine are at war.
Raheem Sterling and Kalidou Koulibaly were two rookies whom the west London squad successfully signed during the summer transfer window. Raphinha and Jules Kounde were two missed goals that ultimately helped the Barcelona club.
According to journalist Piers Morgan, Chelsea will have a bad season, and coach Tuchel will soon resign. The Sun reports that he said: “Thomas Tuchel will go in February of next year, and Chelsea will not be able to qualify for the Champions League at the end of the season.”
The Blues finished third in the previous season, but Man City and Liverpool, the top two teams, far outscored them. The evidence for the outcomes of the summer tour of these two teams is particularly strong because Arsenal and Tottenham were active in the summer transfer market and improved their rosters.
This journalist predicts with confidence that both Tottenham and Arsenal will participate in the Champions League next year. Additionally, he stated with certain that “Jurgen Klopp’s squad will lose to Man City because Darwin Nunez is not Sadio Mane, a goal scorer but underestimated, and this player departing is a major loss to Liverpool’s championship hopes.”
Chelsea and MU will not finish in the top four this year, according to experts. Take a look at the internal team politics and the transfer of the two teams. It’s pretty disturbing.
Journalist Piers Morgan makes the following confident predictions for the Premier League’s Top 4 years in 2022–2023: Man City will be the winner, with Liverpool coming in second. Tottenham and Arsenal will be 3rd and 4th place,respectively.
But there is no denying Tuchel’s influence on tactics. He assisted “The Blues” in reshaping the sport and developing into a dominant squad in the Champions League. In the domestic league, Tuchel continues to assist Chelsea in gradually catching up to Man City and Liverpool.
In the summer, Chelsea will likely undergo significant overhaul. The team may not follow the same development path after the introduction of a new boss. Tuchel must be kept above all else.
Who, outside Tuchel, can empathize with and support the team during this trying time? Chelsea and Tuchel work together harmoniously. Tuchel can effectively advance his principles at Chelsea, and he is the only person who can keep “The Blues” successful.
Chelsea and Tuchel require one another. There is no justification for Chelsea to lose this wonderful man.