Thomas Tuchel has revealed that he sees no need for Chelsea to enter the transfer market at the end of January.
The German tactician is happy with the roster he inherited from Frank Lampard.
Another change in leadership was made at Stamford Bridge, where the baton was transferred from a legendary Englishman to a highly rated German.
Lampard’s services were shut down after 18 months, and the blues legend was unable to get the most out of an expensive roster.
He looks forward to working with the players available to him. with Roman Abramovich not ready for another money spree after funding a lavish £ 200 million ($ 274 million) spending in the summer of 2020.
“No, [not to fill in any gaps], but it’s hard for me to judge now,” said Tuchel when asked if he needs to add more bodies. “I’m very happy with what I’ve seen so far. N’Golo Kante came back today so we have 22 players and the goalkeeper. ”
Tuchel’s first game as Chelsea boss ended in a goaless draw against Wolves. The Blues will tackle Burnley who will pay a visit to West London in his second game.
There’s a lot to do at the bridge, but the new man in charge is thrilled with the challenges ahead.