Chelsea will play against Juventus in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday night. The match will give Thomas Tuchel the opportunity to display his tactical brilliance in the UEFA Champions League. However, Chelsea should play with a new captain against Juventus. It is important to point out that Chelsea's current captain is Cesar Azpilicueta. However, the Spanish international should be dropped for the match against Juventus. Let us examine some players who could take the captain's armband from Cesar Azpilicueta against Juventus.
1. N'Golo Kante
The French midfielder is certainly one of the most experienced players in the Chelsea team. He has also proven that he is one of the most prolific defensive midfielders in the world of football. Thomas Tuchel should consider the possibility of giving the armband to N'Golo Kante against Juventus on Wednesday night.
He is one of the most successful football players at the moment. This is because he has already won three major trophies this year. He also has extreme leadership qualities. This is why he should take over from Cesar Azpilicueta against Juventus.
3. Antonio Rudiger
The German defender has improved a lot under the management of Thomas Tuchel. He is now one of the most important players in Thomas Tuchel's team. Thomas Tuchel could also give the captain's armband to Antonio Rudiger against Juventus.
4. Romelu Lukaku
He has played against Juventus in the Italian domestic league. This means that he has the experience to lead his teammates against Juventus on Wednesday night. Thomas Tuchel should also consider the possibility of giving the captain's armband to Romelu Lukaku.
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