Chelsea fans kick against Tuchel’s squad names included in the EPL list

Some Chelsea fans were not happy over names included in the Premier League squad list of the Blues, which was released officially by Thomas Tuchel.

Meanwhile, The Blues announce their squad for the upcoming season on Wednesday but several fans were not happy as it was stated or and reactions on social media.

The names of players who struggle to make a force team impact in recent years have seen them moving out on loan. Like Malang Sarr, Lewis Baker, Ruben Loftus Cheek, and Ross Barkley we are pulled up by some fans as questions inclusions in this year’s squad list released by The Blues officials.

Their names were released despite not being included in a first-team game so far this season.

In 2020, Sarr sign for Chelsea, bet immediately went out on loan to FC Porto, while Barkley send on the campaign alone to Aston Villa and was expected to leave Stamford Bridge during the summer they know they were struck for his transfer.

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Ruben Loftus Cheek, last season was a loan at Fulham, and Lewis Baker the same here 2020 spent the year at Trabzonspor in Turkey.

According to one of Chelsea fan’s reactions on tweet; “disappointing that we couldn’t get loan moved for all of them. Really surprised we didn’t.”

Second respond, “Don’t get it why they all haven’t pushed for a move. they had all season for start and it was obvious that they haven’t forgotten player time.”

A third replied, “Barkley is eating up space for better players or academic kids.”

As it stands now,  most Chelsea fans are not happy with the inclusions of names list in the Blues squad this season.

But the question is,  would Chelsea officials listen to their fans and make a change or let’s be hopeful but the best to come as Chelsea is preparing I heard to win the Leeds this season.

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