“I’m Not Interested” Thomas Tuchel turn down first club contract offer

“I’m Not Interested” Thomas Tuchel turn down first club contract offer

Thomas Tuchel, the former manager of Chelsea, declined the opportunity to return to management right away.

After just seven games of the new season, Blues co-owner Todd Boehly fired Tuchel last month.

The decision surprised everyone because the German had received a lot of support throughout the summer transfer market.

Less than 48 hours after the former Borussia Dortmund manager was fired, Graham Potter, the former manager of Brighton, was named as his replacement.

Sport 1 has already made known through Sport Witness that Tuchel has already been contacted on a comeback to the coaching staff.

In light of the mounting pressure on Bayer Leverkusen manager Gerardo Seoane, the report states that the Bundesliga team “made contact” with Tuchel to determine his interest in the role before a prospective move.

Tuchel made it clear that he was “not interested” in the Leverkusen position, though.

Whether Tuchel’s decision was motivated by a desire for a break or by Leverkusen’s precarious league position—the German team is presently second from last in the Bundesliga—remains to be seen.

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