Romelu Lukaku made headlines when he gave a remarkable interview expressing his displeasure at Chelsea earlier in the season, but a new report detailing the club’s problems suggests he is just one of many forwards. who want to leave to get away from their coach Thomas Tuchel.
The Belgian striker is not the only Chelsea striker considering a move away from Stamford Bridge as the club struggles in the Premier League, according to reports.
Earlier in the season, the Belgium international gave a remarkable interview outlining his unhappiness at Chelsea and even suggested he would like to return to his former club Inter Milan.
In the coming days he held talks with Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel and apologized for the comments, but with the club failing to keep up with Liverpool and Manchester City in the Premier League there has been speculation that which some players are increasingly frustrated with the German coach.
Athletic report that other forwards have become unhappy with their lot at the club and are dissatisfied enough to consider leaving the club during the summer transfer window.
The reasons for dissatisfaction are varied, with suggestions that players believe some of their teammates are rewarded with consistent starting places despite poor form, while others, particularly forwards, have no guarantee of success. time in the field.
The inconsistency in line-ups, they say, has hurt their performance on the pitch. There is also the suggestion that Tuchel’s ‘brutal’ way with the criticism of big and small details in matches and training is alienating those he targets.
The lack of confidence then fuels poorer decision-making on the pitch, which creates further problems, and some even believe that Tuchel then bases his team selection less on form and more on grudges against players.