Thomas Tuchel has already told Chelsea pair why they should seal £108m double PSG transfer

Thomas Tuchel has already explained why the Chelsea duo should sign a £108 million double PSG deal. 

PSG has been connected with a number of Chelsea players in recent months, and current Blues manager Thomas Tuchel has never concealed his appreciation for the Ligue 1 giants. 

Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has already praised Paris Saint-'amazing Germain's potential' as the French giants contemplate a double transfer raid on Stamford Bridge. A number of current Blues players have already been linked with the Ligue 1 club ahead of the summer transfer window. 

Romelu Lukaku and Antonio Rudiger have been linked with a move to Les Parisiens, with questions over their long-term futures at Chelsea. Of course, the German defender's contract is up at the end of the season, and PSG has been mentioned as a possible suitor - despite stiff competition from Manchester United, Real Madrid, and Barcelona. They have already made a 'offer' to the former Roma man, according to Foot Mercato.

Lukaku has been linked with a move to the Parc des Princes after failing to live up to expectations since his club-record transfer from Inter Milan last summer. Of course, it's unclear whether the two would be willing to swap the English capital for the French, or even what price they'd be willing to accept. The pair are currently valued at £108 million by transfermarkt. 

Tuchel has already provided a favorable evaluation of PSG ahead of any probable move. 

Between May 2018 and December 2020, the German was the club's manager, winning two Ligue 1 titles, the Coupe de France, and the Coupe de la Ligue, as well as the club's first-ever appearance in the Champions League final. Tuchel was very complimentary of the club and the current set-up at the Parc des Princes when he first arrived in Paris.

Paris has enormous potential, and this is the most thrilling assignment I've ever been given. I'm particularly excited to see the Parc des Princes, a great European football stadium with an incredible atmosphere." 

Following a terrible start to the 2019/20 season, the 48-year-old was eventually fired and replaced by Frank Lampard at Chelsea. He has had a significant effect at Stamford Bridge, having led the Blues to their second European title and numerous other titles and finals.

Source: Football.chelsea

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