After a loss to Everton this past weekend, Chelsea are somehow still competing for their Champions League spot.
With a favourable schedule in comparison to Arsenal and Tottenham, who play each other next weekend, the Blues can be confident heading into the final few weeks of the season.
Chelsea fans will just be looking forward to the FA Cup final and be hoping for a resolution to the Roman Abramovich saga.
Bad results in the Premier League and Champions League have seen them fall completely out of the picture for those trophies, with only the FA Cup now to play for.
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A speedy resolution would be the best outcome ahead of a summer in which Chelsea know they need to acquire some talented players as Tuchel continues to build his Chelsea squad, whilst certain players will be set to leave the club, too.
Goal have reported that Chelsea have identified RB Leipzig centre-back Josko Gvardiol as their left-sided centre-back of the future after an outstanding season in the Bundesliga.
He has played as a left-back, but has now settled as a left-sided centre-back – a position which Chelsea will be in need of this summer.
The Blues are set to lose as many as three centre-backs this summer, with Antonio Rudiger, Andreas Christensen and Cesar Azpilicueta becoming free agents on July 1.
Gvardiol will reportedly cost Chelsea around £30 million.
Spanish outlet Defensa Central have reported that Real Madrid will offer Romelu Lukaku an opportunity to join them after a nightmare return to Chelsea this season.
Madrid are set to miss out on Erling Haaland, with the Norwegian seemingly set to join Manchester City, and Madrid are reportedly turning their attentions to the Chelsea striker.
Chelsea will likely accept much less than what they paid for Lukaku, taking a significant hit after making him their record signing last summer.