Thomas Tuchel addresses his future and sends clear message to Chelsea
Thomas Tuchel has opened up and admitted that he is prepared to stay at Chelsea, despite the fact the club have been put up for sale by Roman Abramovic.
After many years and 19 trophies with the club, Abramovic made the big decision to put Chelsea on the market for a fee of £3 billion, and The 55-year-old has already received offers for the club, with Swiss billionaire Hansjorg Wyss and American investor Todd Boehly preparing a bid in a joint consortium, and Turkish businessman Muhsin Bayrak also claiming he has made an offer
However, after putting the club on the market, there has been some speculation that a number of players wish to leave the club, and that a new owner could come in and replace German boss Thomas Tuchel
Tuchel has helped the Blues to becoming the Champions League and World Champions winners during his time at the club and is regarded as one of the best bosses in the game.
However, despite all the speculation, he admits the owner’s decision to sell has created “uncertainty”, but has no doubts about his own future. Asked if he would have a problem remaining at Stamford Bridge, the head coach said: “No, the opposite of a problem staying here
“I said many times that I love working in the Premier League, I love to be in England and feel the tradition and the love for sports in general and football in particular. It’s an amazing place to be.
“There is uncertainty, but isn’t there always for a football manager? I’m used to it on different levels. This is quite the level, I have to be honest, but I am positive and hope things will end well.”
When a new owner takes over, he likes to change alot of things, and normally the first to go is the manager.
But we are hoping that he does stay, he is world class
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