Thomas Tuchel denies commenting on COVID-19 outbreak

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Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel denies commenting on COVID-19 outbreak who are playing in different teams in the league.

navy blue lion Only able to open the home to Everton 1-1 in the Premier League that took place on Thursday night, the London club are now four points behind leaders Manchester City after playing 17 games.

After the game, English media asked Tuchel if the Premier League should now be suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic. In addition, Chelsea had problems before entering the field as well.

Thomas Tuchel denies commenting on COVID-19 outbreak

“I don’t know. I don’t want to get involved in political opinions. If they decide for us to play, we will play,” said the German.

“We are all worried about COVID. It’s not far from us. We have four people infected, the other games have already been postponed, ours doesn’t, so we have to do our best to win the match.”

 ‘I refuse to take it personally, these things happen and I can just tell everyone that we need the support,’ he said.

‘We need the players at the top level and we need the supporters at the top level. Especially when things get a bit tough and a bit tight.

The Blues have won just twice since they thumped Juventus 4-0 at Stamford Bridge on November 23. And now have to battle with a glut of Covid cases ahead of their trip to the Molineux on Sunday.  

Kai Havertz tested negative on Friday and was able to train having been a coronavirus concern, while Ben Chilwell is isolating but was already out with knee trouble.

Mateo Kovacic has finished his isolation and could be pressed into immediate service at Wolves. They having only just shaken off a hamstring strain and having not played since October.