The season has ended. And what an eventful one it was, for everybody, not merely Chelsea. The 2021/22 Premier League should probably be remembered as an exciting campaign; another that indisputably confirmed the English top-flight as the pinnacle division on the planet. Though the final part will be noted as very difficult and impactful for the Blues. Roman Abramovich’s removal as owner was as newsworthy as it was affecting for CFC. Supporters of the West London club are naturally hopefully of a similar era under incoming chief, Todd Boehly. And the new ownership might take the reins within the week.
As soon as the takeover is complete, fans can expect new contracts for indispensable pair Reece James and Mason Mount. That double task feels the most crucial to me; along with surveying the squad for other, experienced assets with expiring deals such as club legend Cesar Azpilicueta. Additionally, capturing a couple of marquee signings is another job apparently at hand for Boehly and Thomas Tuchel, if reports are to be believed. Reassuring Tuchel through funding for notable reinforcements was always a priority for the new administration. Once again, the team’s faithful are going to be buoyed and comforted by supposed news of fresh incoming stars.
Fabrizio Romano issues update on Chelsea’s Christian Pulisic and Hakim Ziyech
Transfer guru Fabrizio Romano is world-renowned at getting it right with regards to the richest and most significant deals in the footballing sphere. So, when he speaks – people listen. Two current principal Blues are Christian Pulisic and Hakim Ziyech; and the Italian claims both players’ futures on Fulham Road are respectively in doubt. Will alterations be made to the front line? Pride of London considers developments as we continue.
Romano states that Pulisic has sought discussions with Chels’ staff; which presumably includes the German gaffer when people return from vacations. In the meeting, it is suggested that the American may declare his desire to remain at the Bridge. Five assists and eight goals in all competitions from 38 outings may not ensure his CFC status: demands are high with the Londoners. Further details are taken from the reporter’s Caught Offside column.
In candid honesty regarding his man, after a terrible miss versus Leicester and others, the manager established that there is a concern about the USA winger’s lack of clinical finishing. Tuchel said on several occasions that this summer’s business is effectively a rebuildas opposed to simply improving the roster. Within the preview of the piece, it is asserted that neither Pulisic nor Ziyech have quite lived up to high expectations. Although, PoL is of the view that both are tremendously talented.
Ziyech, on the other hand, has options should he wish to depart Chelsea, as per Romano. Although, frustratingly, no interested parties are named as directly linked to the Dutch-born Morocco International. A wizard with the left-foot, from what I see from the mentions, followers admire the former Ajax star.
Moreover, the ex-Paris Saint-Germain boss also appears to rate Ziyech, alongside citing his work rate and patience. The latter is more probable to be at CFC next term than Pulisic, as I see the situation. That especially goes now that the onetime Borussia Dortmund man omitted the word ‘Chelsea FC’ on his instagram bio, as well as changed profile picture which was him in Blues kit.