Chelsea prepare to take on Malmo but could likely be without their Golden boy
Chelsea are in a fine form and have come to become a very competitive side, not just externally but also within.
The number of talents in the squad makes it difficult for the weak to start games ahead of others.
Tuchel is known for his lack of favoritism as he mostly rotates squads based on who is currently in form.
Reuben Loftus-Cheek’s case is a clear example as the star has started in the last few Chelsea games due to his current fine form.
Although this method appears weird but it’s basically why a team has many players at their disposal, playing the fittest ones and benching the weak ones.
One could have noticed of Kai Havertz’s omission from the current starting eleven squads for some games now as Tuchel goes on to address the issue.
According to the former Dortmund manager, Kai Havertz can only fight his way back as returning to top form would automatically gain him a place in the squad.
Havertz won the hearts of the fans mainly after providing the only goal that won them their second Champions League trophy on the 29th of May, 2021.
Ever since then, Kai Havertz has become arguably the most loved Chelsea player in the current squad due to his play pattern and also excellent finishing skills.
Starting against Malmo would see Chelsea fans happy and salivating to see his fine finishes materialize goals for the Blues or even an assist.
“That’s a fact,” Tuchel said of Kai Havertz’s disappearance in the current starting eleven squads.
“He does everything to reach his level again and we will do everything to help him. He had many games to start with, started strong.
“The story has not changed, but he lacks the statistics of goals and assists and he needs to fight his way back into the team.
Speaking about Malmo, Tuchel continued; “In general they are a team that is confident. Still they have a certain stle and they trust it. We absolutely should not underestimate them.
“We respect them as much as nay team. They are a very successful coach, it is a team that trusts its own style.”