Four things that will ‘definitely’ happen at Chelsea if Thomas Tuchel completes Real Madrid move – Jake Stokes


Real Madrid have made Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel their number one target to replace Carlo Ancelotti, according to Spanish newspaper Sport. The Italian, who guided Los Blancos to a nine-point lead at the top of La Liga this season, faces an uncertain future at the Santiago Bernabeu despite having a solid season.

The report claims that president Florentino Perez has become increasingly concerned about Ancelotti’s style of play. Doubts over the 62-year-old’s future have only been fueled by Barcelona’s recent four-goal demolition of Real Madrid.

Sport add that the Spanish team’s hierarchy have already drawn up a shortlist of potential replacements should Ancelotti be fired. Tuchel, who would have topped said list, has been an excellent leader and spokesperson for Chelsea in these uncertain times, so if the Blues were to lose the German, the club could quickly descend into despair.

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So we Carefree Chelsea at, considered what would certainly happen at Stamford Bridge if Tuchel jumped ship amid interest from Real Madrid. Well, let’s just say it wouldn’t be a pretty sight.

Any chance of keeping Rudiger vanishes

Suppose Tuchel were to swap West London for Madrid. In that case, I’m sure any chance Chelsea had of retaining Antonio Rudiger would vanish unless the potential new owner brings in Zinedine Zidane or Mauricio Pochettino, who is set to leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer.

As much as I’d like to think Rudiger would want to stay, losing Tuchel in such uncertain times would be the final nail in the coffin. The centre-half has courted Los Blancos’ interest, so a meeting at the Santiago Bernabeu would make sense for the German duo.

The Tchouameni agreement collapses

Aurelien Tchouameni, who spearheaded the Blues’ shopping list this summer, has decided he wants to play for Real Madrid, according to Spanish journalists. Rodrigo Faez and Ramon Alvarez, via their transfer show. The report claims that AS Monaco are expected to demand just £42m for the 22-year-old’s signing.

Chelsea opted against signing the midfielder this summer because the club felt he could have been done with another 12 months of development, according to The Athletic. Tuchel’s side have since paid the price for their naivety and reluctance to pull the trigger on said deal.

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The combination of the Blues’ ongoing ownership saga and Tuchel’s departure, I think, would rule out a move to Chelsea for Tchouameni.

Real Madrid have finally finished football’s worst secret

Tuchel signing a deal at the Santiago Bernabeu would surely publicize football’s worst-kept secret – Kylian Mbappe joining the Santiago Bernabeu. The 23-year-old, who sees his contract with PSG expire at the end of the season, flirts for a while with the prospect of becoming Galatico.

Spanish release The Confidential,via the Daily log, report that the French side’s Champions League exit will convince Mbappe to finally sign a deal with Real Madrid this summer.

Chelsea lose their place at the table for the best of Europe

The Blues have a very good squad, but the German’s management skills take the club to another level. Tuchel turned Chelsea into European and world champions. A side that everyone feared.

With Tuchel, Chelsea have a place at the table among the best teams in the world – Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Liverpool and Manchester City. But, taking the Blues boss out of the equation, I think Chelsea would no longer be part of that ‘absolutely elite’ slice.

Yes, West Londoners would still be among the best in Europe but not the best. If you were to remove Julian Nagelsmann from Bayern, Guardiola from City, Carlo Ancelotti from Real Madrid and – to some extent – ​​Klopp from Liverpool, then each of those three or four teams would still be in the Champions League semi-finals. -final the following season. In all honesty, I don’t think that would be the case with Chelsea, and that’s a testament to the great job Tuchel has done.


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