Saul Niguez’s Chelsea nightmare continues as Thomas Tuchel delivers damning verdict
Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has admitted that he “doesn’t know” what’s next for Spanish Midfielder Saul Niguez following his abysmal performance against Watford on Wednesday evening.
The former Atletico Madrid midfielder, on a yellow card, was pulled off after just 45 minutes as the Blues rallied to win 2-1 at Vicarage Road.Information Guide Nigeria
When asked about his decision to remove Saul against Watford, the Chelsea manager insisted it was for tactical reasons.
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“I don’t know where he goes from this performance but he was on a yellow card so we had two options,” said Tuchel.
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