Despite wide criticism, Thomas Tuchel sees this continental competition as quite acceptable, especially when it comes to long-term aspects.
Chelsea are one of six Premier League clubs to have committed to the latest proposal for the European Super League. Thomas Tuchel believes his party will make the “right decision” when it comes to the long term.
The discourse to separate the competition by involving European elite teams is not a surprise as this has long been debated by various parties. However, this time the criticism regarding the Super League’s excellence has widened.
Chelsea itself felt the flow of protests coming from their own supporters, who strongly opposed the decisions made by the Stamford Bridge camp officials.
Tuchel is in a difficult situation as the media has flocked to ask him about the Super League proposal, with the German giving his comments ahead of Tuesday’s Premier League match against Brighton and Hove Albion.
“I know it since yesterday. But I am here in the toughest competition,” he said.
“That’s what I love, playing the toughest competition in Europe. That’s why I was in Chelesa,” he continued.
“I’m not involved with all the discussion [Liga Super] around us. I am a little sad that these discussions are with us now. I think we can talk about the games against Manchester City and Brighton. That may not happen today, “he said again.
“I want to play the competition of these clubs. I’m sure Chelsea made the right decision and it’s too early to judge everything and that’s not part of it [tugas] me, “he explained.
“In my badge at Chelsea it says, I have to play my role. My role is to train, focus and we have an important game tomorrow,” said Tuchel.
A similar question was asked of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer regarding Manchester United’s presence in the proposal for the European Super League, with the manager choosing to answer diplomatically.
Tuchel has also tried to avoid all forms of distraction as he is determined to bring Chelsea to an end this season’s Premier League campaign in the best possible position.
The Blues managed to dispel the dream quadruple Manchester City and now the first team are looking to the FA Cup final against Leicester City, plus big ambitions to end the 2020/21 season in the top four.
It is not certain whether Chelsea will actually join the European Super League, but authorities have made it clear to the group of 12 teams that agreed with ESL that they will be in danger of being banned from appearing in the domestic, continental and potentially international arena if they persist in rolling out competition one. this.