While the 28-year-old would be more than keen to start against his former team this weekend, it seems Tuchel does not want to introduce change that might affect the good balance the Blues currently have at the moment.
A move for the Englishman is not likely to come at a huge cost, and it would mean the Blues are well stacked in the area when returns as the No1.
Source: Instagram He made his senior debut on the 27th of October 2015 and was loaned to Huddersfield Town in 2016.
Reports have suggested that the bidders have been asked by Raine to by the year 2032 should they successfully takeover the club.
Chilwell had to be helped off the field and immediately the Chelsea supporters feared the worst.
He will miss the rest of the year, at least, providing Tuchel with some food for thought over who to replace him with at wing-back with Marcos Alonso the most recognised and obvious option.