Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is confident his players will be able to travel to France for the Champions League.
The Blues are set to host Lille in the last 16 of the Champions League on Tuesday. In the second leg ufabet game on March 16, the team will visit France.
With France’s coronavirus safety rules, players who have never been vaccinated against the coronavirus will be barred from entering the country, but Tuchel believes the change in some restrictions means players who do not receive it. Vaccines are permitted to enter the country if they have a negative PCR test with a reason for coming.
“I think the rules will allow everyone to travel,” Tuchel said when asked about the coronavirus situation.
As for the game, Tuchel said: “It’s very important for us to stay true and accept the first leg. For example, against a Premier League mid-table team can be a difficult game.”
“When we accept It’s the first step towards free play. We shouldn’t overthink that others see us as favorites against Lille and just admit that it was a time when we felt it was harder than the other times. This is the situation for Tuesday’s game.”
“First of all, we play at Stamford Bridge and are confident of a good performance playing at a high level – and we can be confident with our fans who are behind us.”