The recently concluded 2020/2021 season saw the Blues clinch the highly coveted UEFA Champions League title against Pep Guardiola's Manchester City by a goal to nil under their German manager Thomas Tuchel .
They were a formidable force throughout the competition and into the new 2021/2022 season. They conceded the least goals ever in the competition's history, and they have carried this defensive feat into the new season.
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However, the Blues are facing a tough time as the contracts of 4 of their rock solid defenders will be expiring by the end of the season.
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And as talks have been ongoing with the said players Rudiger, Christensen, Thiago Silva and club captain Cesar Azpilicueta there hasn’t been any concrete talks of yet the player's agents and this may come as a bit of a shock to the Blues faithful if Chelsea are not able to keep these players who have made the club enjoy a smooth ride as the season continues to unfold.
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