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Russian billionaire Abramovich was officially sanctioned by the UK government on Thursday with all his assets frozen.
It's made a sale incredibly difficult and could have a long-term impact on Chelsea's future.
Tuchel wasn't faced with many questions about his side's performance, with most focusing on the day's news.
"Let’s see if it stays like this," Tuchel explained per BBC 5 Live Sport. "If it does, I don’t know. We take it day by day. I didn’t see that coming yesterday and I don’t know what is coming tomorrow.
"Everybody can be very sure that we focus on us, to keep the attitude and the mentality right on the training ground and within the team.
"So far we can trust each other and this will not change.
"As long as we have enough shirts and a bus to drive to the games we will be there and will compete hard."
Tuchel replaced Frank Lampard in January 2021 has taken the club to Champions League and Club World Cup glory.
Chelsea have also reached the FA Cup and League Cup final under Tuchel.
The 48-year-old also spoke to Sky Sports and echoed his sentiments.
Speaking after their 3-1 win over Norwich, Thomas Tuchel claims his side can't influence the situation at the club after the UK government brought sanctions against Roman Abramovich. pic.twitter.com/2Dl2Qb3KvG— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) March 10, 2022
Chelsea went ahead against Norwich after three minutes through Trevoh Chalobah.
The academy graduate netted the fourth of his debut season in convincing fashion.
Chelsea doubled their lead through Mason Mount ten minutes later, who celebrated by kissing the club badge.
Norwich got themselves back it through Teemu Pukki's penalty in the second half, but Kai Havertz restored Chelsea's two goal advantage in added time.
Club shirt sponsor, Three, announced it would be suspending its sponsorship with the club just hours before kick-off.
Three will be removing their logo from the shirts and from around Stamford Bridge in the near future.
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