Romelu Lukaku has been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge but Tuchel assures the Belgian he has a big part to play in his plan.
Lukaku has been rumoured with a move back to Inter Milan on loan in the summer.
According to Calciomercato, the Belgium striker is not happy and fraustrated with condition at Chelsea.
In addition with the fact that Lukaku publicly stated his unhappiness in an explosive interview with Sky Italia in December.
The 28-year-old has not started a Premier League game since 1-0 win over Crystal Palace as Kai Havert has been undroppable with his recent form.
However, Thomas Tuchel when asked in his pre match conference on Friday afternoon on Lukaku’s future.
“We don’t reflect on it. The situation at the moment is that we cannot talk to players, cannot sell, and cannot buy,” Tuchel said.
“At this moment, we don’t need to think about it. These are the players we have and Romelu still plays a big part in our plans.
“Not the part maybe he wants to play and I totally understand that, but he used his time to disconnect a little bit, had one week of a holiday, and then he was back with us. I feel him very motivated, very strong in training, very much involved when we do the games.
Lukaku will be hoping to get a space in the starting line-up on Saturday afternoon when Chelsea welcome Brentford to Stamford Bridge.
Though Havertz form may hinder Lukaku from the starting XI as he may be starting from the bench on Saturday as well.