Chelsea are currently in the midst of a crisis as a result of the uncertainty surrounding their future. The transfer of ownership has been dragging on for more than two months. Players whose contracts are about to expire are entitled to a free transfer. Antonio Rudiger is the first player to leave on a free transfer to Real Madrid in recent history. Jorginho and Ng’olo Kante are the next players in line for a new contract, following Marcos Alonso. Thomas Tuchel, on the other hand, is optimistic that the new owners will go to great lengths to bring in excellent players.
According to Fabrizio Romano, Marcos Alonso, the Chelsea leftback, wishes to return to his native Spain. The fact that he is appreciative of Chelsea and does not want to depart on bad terms speaks volumes. He has made it a top priority to leave this summer. Barcelona is taking a chance on him and would love to have him back on their roster. Over the course of his ten-year tenure at Stamford Bridge, he has performed admirably. He want to return to his home country and be closer to his relatives. Chelsea will, as a result, allow him to negotiate with Barcelona, which is interested in his services. If the future of Chelsea’s ownership is not resolved by the end of the season, more players will be forced to quit the club.