Everton vs Chelsea Premier League Schedule, Thomas Tuchel’s First Test in the Todd Boehly Era

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Ahead of the 2022-2023 Premier League season schedule between Everton vs Chelsea , manager Thomas Tuchel is facing his first test in the era of billionaire Todd Boehly’s ownership.

It is known, the match between Everton vs Chelsea will be held at Goodison Park Stadium on Saturday 6 August 2022 starting

The live broadcast of the English Premier League can be watched via the Mola TV live streaming link https://minimore.com/b/l4fHM/1

The Blues last season finished in 3rd place, 19 points behind reigning champions Manchester City.

Thomas Tuchel’s men faced a difficult end to last season, due to the controversy surrounding former Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich.

The Russian billionaire was forced to sell the club, which was later bought by billionaire Todd Boehly.

Thomas Tuchel will look to bring stability to Stamford Bridge under new ownership next season.

It’s been a challenging start for Tuchel under the new owners, as next week they host their London rivals Tottenham Hotspur

Next season the Blues will have a busy schedule where they will also play in the Champions League and Carabao Cup before November in the first half of the season.

To date Tuchel has yet to upgrade his squad this summer ahead of the start of the season and the squad returns to Cobham for https://minimore.com/b/5xYS4/1 pre-season.

However, the business of buying and selling players is expected to be carried out in the coming weeks.

The Chelsea head coach knows they need to improve the quality of the squad to match the benchmarks set by Manchester City and Liverpool.

While they expect a challenge from Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur.

“It will be a very difficult race,” Tuchel said last season in the title race next year.

“Manchester United will compete and Tottenham will definitely compete with Antonio Conte.

“We want to stay competitive and Liverpool and Man City are doing everything to make their squad bigger and they are setting very high standards. This is a challenge in which we are competing.”

Moreover their sticker Romelu Lukaku is on the verge of ending his return to Chelsea after just one season.

The 29-year-old will be on a season-long loan back at the San Siro less than 12 months from arriving back at Stamford Bridge for a club record transfer fee of £97.5m.

Lukaku scored 15 goals in his first season in the English capital, but it was not without controversy. His illegitimate interview with Sky Italia towards the end of 2021 was the beginning of the end for the Belgian.

He will rejoin the Nerazzurri for the 2022/23 season after Chelsea and Inter Milan reached an agreement earlier this week which will see them pay €8 million plus an additional fee for his services.

While Lukaku will receive a pay cut, it is believed to be around 25 years old. per cent, to seal the move and ensure Chelsea didn’t pay his wages while he was in Italy.

Chelsea can only see Lukaku’s departure as a positive thing. They get paid, release unwanted players, and can move on.

Had Abramovich still been in charge, Lukaku might still be here, endangering Tuchel and the squad for next season.

Speedy negotiations have allowed for a speedy departure, a perfect outcome for all parties.

Chelsea have confirmed the signing of Southampton goalkeeper Eddie Beach.

Beach arrived in west London to join the Academy team for the 2022/23 season from Southampton on the south coast.

The 18-year-old and Wales international won the U18 Premier League title with the Saints last season, before losing to Manchester City in the National final.

He won’t be playing for Thomas Tuchel’s team anytime soon, but the signing has left Jim Fraser, Chelsea’s assistant head of youth development and head of youth recruitment, delighted with the acquisition.

Fraser told Chelsea’s official website: “We are very happy to bring Eddie to the club.

“He is a talented goalkeeper with great potential and will join our development squad for the coming season.”

Chelsea are believed to have beaten a number of clubs to land the highly talented youngster after agreeing a fee with Southampton last week.

Chelsea Academy will be fully supported under the new ownership of the Club.

Boehly, co-controlling owner, chairman and interim sporting director of Chelsea, confirmed his intentions for the Blues following confirmation of a board restructuring, which revealed the departure of Marina Granovskaia.