Tuchel spoke on the matter after their FA Cup win against Luton.
Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel is not worried about the ownership situation surrounding the club.
The Premier League giants are in the midst of an owner change, with Roman Abramovich set to divest his assets.
Abramovich has released a statement that he will sell the club in the coming days, while he will not be asking for more than a billion in loans that the club technically owes him.
A statement read: “I would like to address the speculation in media over the past few days in relation to my ownership of Chelsea FC.
“As I have stated before, I have always taken decisions with the club’s best interest at heart. In the current situation, I have therefore taken the decision to sell the club, as I believe this is in the best interest of the club, the fans, the employees, as well as the club’s sponsors and partners.
Tuchel spoke on the matter after their FA Cup win against Luton on Wednesday: “I’m not so much worried as I still feel privileged and in a good place. I hope and trust for the best.
“I’m so much a person who worries about things I can’t influence. It’s big news and will be big change, but I am also never afraid of change and I’ll focus on what I can influence.
“This is the staff and team at Cobham.”
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