“I gave my opinion, the club gave its opinion, we talk a lot about the safety and protecting the players, not so sure we did this today. On we go,” Thomas Tuchel told Sky Sports after the Wolves game.
“If we have tomorrow and the next test and the next positive I would like to speak to the Premier League about what they expect.
“If they make us play against Brentford shall we not arrive or not train? What should we do?
“Everyone is allowed to have an opinion. We had an opinion and the Premier League had an opinion. We agree to disagree.”
As it stands, Chelsea have seven players who have tested positive for Covid. Jorginho, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, and Kai Havertz have joined Romelu Lukaku, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Timo Werner, and Ben Chilwell who missed the Everton game too.
Despite that, the Premier League ruled that Chelsea had enough players to complete the Wolves game which is why it was not postponed. As a result, the Blues drew 0-0 in another blow to their title credentials.