Chelsea manager, Thomas Tuchel, has told reporters to stop asking him questions about owner Roman Abramovich, saying he has “no answers”.
Tuchel was speaking on Tuesday, ahead of their FA Cup clash against Luton tomorrow.
He asked the journalists present to stop asking him questions about the war in Ukraine, saying the situation is “horrible”.
“You have to stop, I am not a politician. I can only repeat myself, and I feel bad to repeat it as I never experienced war. So even to talk about it, I feel bad.
“I’m very privileged as I sit here in peace. I do the best I can but you have to stop asking me these questions as I have no answers for you,” he said.
Labour MP Chris Bryant, last week used Parliamentary Privilege to reveal that Abramovich is selling his UK home and another flat.
He also told the House of Commons the Russian billionaire is “terrified of being sanctioned”.