Chelsea left-back Marcos Alonso may reportedly have played his final game for the club against Wolves this weekend, with the player having a major row with manager Thomas Tuchel.
Alonso was subbed off at half time by Tuchel, with Di Marzio reporter Nathan Gissing stating that he and the Blues boss had a “heated exchange” after the first half.
Gissing now says the feeling inside the club is that Alonso may not play for Chelsea again, with the 31-year-old likely to return to La Liga in the summer transfer window.
Alonso has been a good servant to Chelsea for a number of years now and it would be a shame if this is how his time at Stamford Bridge comes to an end…
More: The feeling inside the dressing room is this could be Alonso’s final game in a #CFC shirt this season or maybe ever, with the Spaniard’s priority is to return to Spain this summer. ??
Barça working on it & is seen as a possibility. Contacts between the agents & the club. https://t.co/Tn8gR0913E
— Nathan Gissing (@Nathan_Gissing) May 8, 2022
Chelsea fans may be concerned about the left-back position going into next season, with Alonso proving a key performer this season due to the long-term absence of the injured Ben Chilwell.
If Chilwell can stay fit he’ll be a fine option for CFC, but the club could perhaps also do without losing an experienced and reliable performer like Alonso right now.