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Since on Sunday, the majority of the football world have centred on the European Super League, which has seen clubs from the major leagues come together to form a closed group.
UEFA has officially kicked against the plans and has revealed plans to sanction players involved in the tournament.
Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has now given his take on the subject, ahead of the Premier League game against Brighton on Tuesday.
The Chelsea boss insisted that he’d stick with any decision the club makes.
Speaking to the media, Tuchel said: “I have known about it since yesterday.
“I’m here to be in the hardest competitions, play the toughest competitions in Europe, that’s what I love and why I am at Chelsea.
“I am part of this club, I want to play these hard competitions and I trust my club to make the right decisions. It’s too early to judge everything.
“On my Chelsea badge it says I have to play my role, and everybody has to play their role. My role is to be a coach and be focused, and we have an important game coming up tomorrow.
“There are a lot of comments, arguments and opinions out there. I absolutely don’t want to get involved in it because I don’t know the details.”