Even though the Premier League transfer market does not open for another two weeks, football teams all around the world are already making transfers in preparation for the next season. Although contract extensions and free agency acquisitions are common, Antonio Rudiger will undoubtedly be one of them. Furthermore, he has a large public profile.
Tuchel’s group is incapable of taking any important moves, such as those advocated. On the other side, fresh information or developments might emerge by the weekend, with the hope that clearance will be forthcoming. According to Nizaar Kinsella, a reporter for Dependable Goal, the announcement is now nothing more than a formality and is about to be made.
Apart from the most in-demand and desired talents, Mount and James, re-signing, and Azpilicueta’s somewhat limbo scenario, as I highlighted, with Barcelona lurking, other less recognized players want clarification on their futures. Mount and James are the most sought-after celebrities. Timo Werner and Romelu Lukaku are also possibilities for the position of unknowns and potentially leaving players, in my view. Although both players have a lot of promise, neither has shown their worth at the Bridge or in other venues.
Lukaku has shown in the past that he is capable of excelling in the English Premier League, and as a consequence, a large number of supporters, as well as the German manager, continue to believe in him as his true self. Despite this, Lukaku’s name is constantly mentioned, and by constantly I mean incessantly, in connection with a slew of top European teams. According to the Evening Standard’s James Robson, the Belgian is eager to “make it work” at Chelsea. This data is based on more recent reports.
Werner, in my opinion, is an athlete with the required skill set to succeed in the English Premier League. He comes from a great family, has already played for a big international team (although briefly), and possesses incredible speed and finishing skills. It may be argued that he is putting forth too much effort. Although it is merely a guess, probably, Germany’s attacker may not possess the same mental toughness as their opponent. Despite rumours to the contrary, he’ll probably continue with the Blues for the 2022/23 season, since Borussia Dortmund’s chase of a signing has “gone cold.”