Chelsea would be kicking their 2022/2023 EPL campaign on Saturday, 6th August 2022. The fans cannot wait to witness their first game of the season against Everton on Saturday. But before the premier league game kicks off, Chelsea needs to offload some unwanted players that are unnecessarily occupying the bench, and the 4 players that should exit the club amongst others include, Timo Werner, Marcos Alonso, Malang Sarr, and Pulisic.
The above mentioned players are no longer of any use in the Chelsea squad for next season. With the signing of Marc Cucurella almost complete, there will be no more room for Marcos Alonso in Chelsea because the left-back position would be occupied by Emerson, Chilwell, and Cucurella. Juventus and Leipzig are negotiating for Timo Werner, and the deal is expected to be completed before the end of this week. Malang Sarr does not play in Chelsea standard and should find other smaller teams to join maybe on a loan deal.
While Christain Pulisic on the other hand might not be getting the first-team shirt under Tuchel any longer and have to exit the club if he desires enough playing time.
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