Roman Abramovich ‘To Hand Tuchel £150m To Spend This Summer’

Roman Abramovich is about handy Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel a whopping £150million to spend on improving his squad this summer, consistent with reports.


Tuchel has had an instantaneous impact since replacing Frank Lampard at Stamford Bridge in January, taking the Blues into the highest four also because the Champions League and FA Cup finals.


Chelsea spent £253m on new talent last summer under Lampard, bringing within the likes of Kai Havertz, Timo Werner, Ben Chilwell, Edouard Mendy and Hakim Ziyech.


But, consistent with The Sun, Tuchel goes to be back to the tune of £150m this summer as he tries to seek out Manchester City within the Premier League.


Chelsea’s board are ‘delighted’ with Tuchel’s work since arriving in west London and therefore the German will now tend funds to enhance particular areas of his squad.


The Blues are in desperate need of a proven goal scorer with Olivier Giroud and Tammy Abraham both expected to go away the club.


Werner, who joined from RB Leipzig last season, has only managed 12 goals in 48 appearances after struggling for confidence ahead of goal.


Chelsea are linked with Erling Haaland but face competition for the Borussia Dortmund starlet’s signature from a number of top European clubs.


Moves for either Harry Kane or Romelu Lukaku have also both been talked up but it remains to be seen if the britain captain would move to Tottenham’s London rival and if the Inter star wants to return to his former club.


Earlier in the week , Tuchel said he doesn’t want to dent the harmony and optimism at the club by discussing possible transfers before the top of the season.


The German had issues with transfer strategy at Paris Saint-Germain before he was sacked last year and he’s determined to avoid similar problems at Chelsea.


‘Transfer periods are often mood breakers,’ he told reporters before Wednesday’s defeat by Arsenal.


‘(At Chelsea) it’s been only about coaching. No second thoughts about bringing somebody in or letting somebody go.


‘A big a part of my personality is on coaching and guiding my team and pushing it to the limit… I even have zero ambition to ruin this atmosphere for myself or anybody else.


‘Do we’ve some ideas the way to improve the squad? Yes, but will we fight about it? No. we’ll discuss it and first of all we’ll finish this season.’

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