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3 Players Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea Should Offload Next Summer Over Poor Performances

Chelsea Football Club is regarded as one of the best clubs in England after winning the UFEA Champions League and Super Cup last season. Thomas Tuchel made an impressive coaching start for the blues, securing two major trophies in the space of seven months. Chelsea has been impressive this season in the English Premier League after losing one match in their last five matches which shows a nice form for them. Tonight Chelsea recorded another defeat in Italy after their host won them with a 1:0 scoreline at the Turin Stadium.

Thomas Tuchel needs to offload some of his players next summer because of their poor performance recently and this article states those three players.

1. Timo Werner.

Chelsea's second striker Timo Werner needs to be offloaded next summer as his poor performance this season is top-notch. Werner has failed to live up to expectations as he misses the ball despite having a golden opportunity to score goals. Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea should sell the German player as he has defeated his purpose in the club.

2. Marcus Alonso:

Another player Chelsea needs to sell next summer is Marcus Alonso. The left-back has suddenly become reliable to the club as he is very slow in pushing attacks. Alonso only performs when playing against small teams but will always get lost in big matches. Selling Alonso will favor Ben Chilwell to fully assume responsibility as Chelsea's left-back.

3. Jorginho:

Jorginho has not been at his best this season, although he won the Champions League and super cup for Chelsea last season. The Italian player needs to be sold next summer as big games always eat him up. As a creative midfielder, Jorginho needs to be strong in all games but it seems he has lost his good performance this season.

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