Thomas Tuchel reveals why he isn’t fearful of remaining at Chelsea after Roman Abramovich’s sale
Thomas Tuchel says he could feel Roman Abramovich’s decision to sell Chelsea coming and isn’t afraid to remain at Stamford Bridge without the Russian as owner. It was on Wednesday evening that Abramovich released a statement on Chelsea’s website which confirmed his intention to sell.Information Guide Nigeria
The 55-year-old said he felt it was in the club’s best interests and revealed he would not be seeking any repayment on loans he has given Chelsea – which are in excess of £1.5billion.
That statement came just days after Abramovich had attempted to hand the “stewardship and care” of the club over to trustees of its charitable foundation. And it’s the uncertainty that enveloped Chelsea ahead of Abramovich’s statement on Wednesday that meant Tuchel wasn’t hugely surprised when he discovered the club would be sold.
“I knew a little bit before because I am of course in a direct line of communication with Petr (Cech) and Marina (Granovskaia) so I knew about it before,” Tuchel said. “It was more of a process of knowing than this one moment.
“It was a process of messages, a process of talks. It’s not like we had two weeks of nothing and then suddenly was told ok it will be sold. I could feel it coming. I could feel the possibility.”
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The Chelsea head coach continued: “I don’t know even if this quite makes sense but the club is not selling the club, the owner is selling the club. And he’s selling a well-structured, top-organised organisation.
“Right now, I don’t see why we should be in fear and concern about what is obviously so well-placed, so well organised, and so functional. It is and it’s a pleasure to work here. I can honestly say that this is the highest level that I have experienced [as a coach].
“So yes, we will have a new owner but does that mean the organisation is in question or the structure? I don’t think so is a given. Maybe it is and if it is we need to talk about it again, but why to think about it right now? It makes no sense.”
Tuchel confirmed this afternoon he has not spoken to Abramovich since the owner’s statement was released on Wednesday. That is not abnormal given it is Granovskaia who has overseen the day-to-day running of Chelsea for several years.
What Tuchel has done is prepare his side for tomorrow’s Premier League trip to Burnley. And as a result, he hasn’t had a great deal of time to figure out how exactly he feels about Abramovich’s expected departure.JAMB Result
“And to figure out how I actually feel about it – in general I’m not a very scared person. In general, I don’t worry too long, too much. And I try to adapt to the needs of the situation.”
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