Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is considering to drop striker Romelu Lukaku out of their Sunday clash against Liverpool.
The news follows an interview between the former Inter Milan striker and Sky were he confirmed to be unhappy under the leadership of Thomas Tuchel causing major reactions.
In the interview, Lukaku confirmed to be physically fine but unhappy with the situation at Chelsea accusing the German of playing a different system altogether.
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Despite the admission, the Belgian vowed not to give up and that he is acting professional despite him being unhappy at the club.
The interview is reported to have angered Thomas Tuchel who is now considering the right punishment for Lukaku which may see him sidelined against Liverpool.
It is also understood that both the Belgian and Thomas Tuchel have had a sit down to discuss the comments and the Chelsea manager will decide to either punish him or have a sit down with the players and using him against Liverpool.
Speaking on Friday during a press conference, Tuchel admitted that the interview brought a lot of noise at the club which was unnecessary saying that the players need a calm environment.
Chelsea currently lies in second position with one 42 points registering only one win from four matches played. Three of the four matches were draws.