“If he join me i will make him special” – Thomas Tuchel Personally tell 24-year-old Chelsea Player to join Bayern Munich
Thomas Tuchel, the manager of Bayern Munich, has directly contacted Chelsea defender Trevoh Chalobah, according to journalist Florian Plettenberg. Tuchel is reportedly trying to convince Chalobah to join Bayern Munich on a loan deal, while Chelsea is more inclined towards a permanent deal.
Chalobah’s opportunities at Chelsea appear limited under the new manager, Mauricio Pochettino, partly due to an injury that has kept him from competing for minutes in the Premier League. Additionally, Chelsea’s recent signing of Axel Disasi, who has started every game under Pochettino so far, suggests stiff competition for Chalobah. Disasi’s ability to play both as a center-back and right-back, positions where Chalobah excels, further complicates matters for the Englishman.
Chelsea has been active in the transfer market this summer, and selling players, including academy graduates, has been a key part of their strategy to balance the books. Mason Mount and Lewis Hall have both fetched significant transfer fees.
Now, with Thomas Tuchel’s direct contact, it’s suggested that Chalobah could be the next player to leave Chelsea, with Bayern Munich pushing for a loan with an option to buy while Chelsea prefers a permanent deal. Chalobah enjoyed success under Tuchel during the manager’s tenure at Chelsea and has a strong track record of not losing a game when he started for the club.