Chelsea Football Club owner, Roman Abrahamovic is willing to sponsor Thomas Tuchel and the Chelsea board with the financial requirements for the purchase of players in this upcoming January window transfer.
The Chelsea's gaffer (Abrahamovic) loves getting the best results from his mangers and team, that's why he (Abrahamovic) does not relent in making the necessary fund available for the purchase of any player that will bolster the squad the more for trophy glories.
Meanwhile, Chelsea football club's ex hitman, Eden Hazard has emerged as a player likely to be welcomed back to the Stamford Bridge once the negotiation between Real Madrid and Chelsea is reached and a deal struck by the two clubs. It is rumored that Real Madrid wants a swap deal for Hazard.
But Tuchel should not agree to such Dea because of this reason:
1. Hazard may take long in adapting to Tuchel's tactics: Every Chelsea's young players have really adapted to the strong trainings and tactics of Tuchel both on the training ground and pitches too. Such tactic might not augur well for Eden Hazard as he might always sustain injuries during hard trainings. Hence swapping Hazard for a young player might turn out to be an u fruitful deal for Chelsea football club. Hence Tuchel should not agree to the swap deal but should sign Hazard without involving a swap for any Chelsea Young player.
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