Chelsea fired Thomas Tuchel and hired Graham Potter in his place. Reasons for this are being revealed months later, and according to ‘The Times,’ a change in signing policy could be one of them.
Todd Boehly, the club’s new owner, brought about a revolution. When the Stamford Bridge board attempted to sign a new midfielder during the transfer window, the German manager did not give his full approval.
That man in the middle has turned out to be Enzo Fernandez. The flamboyant Argentina World Cup champion arrived in London for an eye-watering €121 million and will stay until 2031.
Thomas Tuchel interested in a sensational return to the Premier League
Football does not have a long memory, and despite Tuchel’s hat-trick, Champions League, European Super Cup, and Club World Cup, his time at Chelsea did not end happily, and he was fired.