EPL: Thomas Tuchel reveals the real reason four Chelsea players departed their preseason training camp.

Thomas Tuchel, the Chelsea manager, has provided an explanation for why four of his players departed the team’s preseason training trip to America.

Armando Broja, who suffered an injury and has flown home along with Tino Anjorin, won’t be playing for Chelsea, according to Tuchel.

He claims that Billy Gilmour and Harvey Vale would join Chelsea Under-23s, who are also getting ready for the forthcoming season in America.

Chelsea began their summer schedule with a 2-1 victory over Club America over the weekend, and will return to action on Thursday when they take on Charlotte.

Tuchel was quoted by Metro UK as saying, “Armando [Broja] had to fly home, he had a slight accident in training.”

Raheem Sterling and Kalidou Koulibaly, two of their most recent acquisitions, might play in the game.

He twisted his ankle, and he requires additional testing and care in London.

“It didn’t make sense to just put him as a player since the players who are truly healthy and playing on the field require all kind of care.

Therefore, traveling to London was the best course of action for him in order to receive the best care and return to the field as soon as possible.

Tuchel said: “I would’ve loved to have had everyone here. However, I had to send the three gifted kids to practice with the Under-23s.

Tino Anjorin, Harvey Vale, and Billy Gilmour had all trained extremely well, and it would have been good to see them participate in some games as well.

But ultimately, we had to decide to keep the caliber of training high, so we chose a limit of 24 players, which is why we went a little bit smaller.

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