Thomas Tuchel has blocked transfers on some of his young players.
The Blues has confirmed that N’Golo Kante will be out for several weeks and a few other first-team players are suffering from minor injuries.
The club’s recent injury crisis has stopped transfers out of Stamford Bridge this summer window.
Players such as Christian Pulisic, Conor Gallagher, Callum Hudson-Odoi and Armando Broja has been linked with several clubs this window.
But Thomas Tuchel insists he needs all his players at this crisis.
“We will not encourage our players to go out at the moment,” Tuchel said. “We have had two training sessions with 18 players and in a schedule where we play once a week, it is not a problem. But if I look a little bit, raise the chin up a little bit and look at the schedule that is coming with Southampton during the week and two Champions League matches, it’s coming.
“It’s in front of the door. We will need a lot of players and quality players to be competitive. At the moment, as I said, we have what we have. We know what we’re looking for. From there we go and only from there we can think about letting players go.”
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