Chelsea aren’t in a good shape at the moment with injury hits coupled with internal issues between their record signing and manager Thomas Tuchel
Blues managed to find a draw against Liverpool yesterday after slumping 2-0 earlier in the first half.
Superb goals from Mateo Kovacic and Christian Pulisic helped the side bounce back to share spoils with the Reds.
The side’s record signing, Romelu Lukaku missed the action due to issues between him and the manager.
Following reports, Romelu Lukaku has over the days expressed his dissatisfaction with the Manager’s tactics which has limited the number of games he can participate in.
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The issue on itself has already raised lots of worries with many fearing Lukaku could exit the club this January should any interested club be ready to pay his big money.
With the Tottenham clash ahead, Tuchel has decided to hold a meeting with the 28-year-old to help iron out the issues.
Speaking after the game on Sunday, Tuchel told reporters; “It’s not Chelsea-like but it’s not the worst thing in the world.
“It’s not the first time an interview causes noise we don’t need. I don’t feel personally attacked but it was too big on a Saturday.
“There was too much noise and we lost focus on the match. So we took the decision to delay the process but also protect Romelu from a rushed decision.
“[We delayed the decision because we] need to read the full interview, stay calm and not lose our heads. It was simply the decision to protect the preparation for the match.
“This is the meeting tomorrow. From there, we will take the decision and if the decision is he is good to go on Wednesday, this is the decision.
“If it’s not…I can’t tell you right now because we need to talk and understand the situation better.”
On the other hand, Blues have already been linked with landing Romanian attacker, Ianis Stoica who is currently plays for Football Club FCSB.
Although no bid has been confirmed to be submitted yet but it’s been making round the blocks that Chelsea could open a deal depending on how things go in the coming days.