Thomas Tuchel was fired by Chelsea in September of last year and has been out of work since, but he is now willing to listen to offers from top European clubs.
Former Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel would be willing to take over at Tottenham if Antonio Conte left.
The German led the Blues to only their second Champions League title in club history less than a year after taking over, and many fans were taken aback by his departure so early in the season, just a few months after the Boehly-Clearlake era in western London began.
Conte’s performance and results have been mediocre in recent matches, as they were defeated 0:2 by Arsenal on Sunday, January 15th at Tottenham Hotspur.
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Conte’s recent performance and results, however, have been mediocre, as they were defeated 0:2 by Arsenal on Sunday, January 15th at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
As Conte’s future at Spurs is uncertain, Tuchel, despite his love for the Blues, is said to be interested in taking over.
Thomas Tuchel eyeing Tottenham Hotspur
Former Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel may be interested in taking over at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium if Antonio Conte leaves, which may surprise many.
According to the Evening Standard, Tuchel would be “open to an offer” from Spurs, who are currently in fifth place.
The 49-year-old has been unemployed since being fired by Chelsea in September of last year following a 1-0 loss to Dinamo Zagreb.
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Tuchel had developed a close relationship with Chelsea’s fans and had a successful track record with his team, so fans were taken aback.
Tuchel led Chelsea to their second Champions League title and successfully defended their top four Premier League positions.
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This is one of the most difficult statements I’ve ever had to write – and one I hoped I wouldn’t have to do for many years. “I am heartbroken that my time at Chelsea has come to an end.
“This is a club where I felt at ease, both professionally and personally. Thank you so much to everyone on the staff, the players, and the fans for making me feel so welcome from the beginning.
“The pride and joy I felt at helping the team to win the Champions League and the Club World Cup will stay with me forever. I am honored to have been a part of this club’s history, and the memories of the last 19 months will live with me forever.’