Despite the “poisoning” rumours of Chelsea CEO, Roman Abramovich, the club have proven to be very much ready for the next game.
Chelsea return to play against Brentford in a west London derby on Saturday.
Even though fans will be eager to see their team on the pitch once more, the club’s off-field concerns remain a major focus.
Throughout the day, we anticipate to learn a lot more about Chelsea’s ongoing issue, with four parties now rumored to be in the running to buy the club before the April 11 deadline.
Thomas Tuchel, on the other hand, must focus on what is happening on the pitch.
The club has been doing more than expected both in FA Cup and UEFA Champions League.
All the strikers are all on set as they prepare to attack Brentford on the second of April.
The Blues is counting on Tuchel not to let them down knowing that the match is a must-win match.
The blues is always ready to make history and this won’t be left out amidst the current condition of the boss.
Chelsea has proven to be ready to face their opponents amidst the shocking news of the poisoning of Abramovich while on peace talks with Ukraine.