Due to Chelsea’s dismal start to the season and a deterioration in his relationship with Blues owner and chairman Todd Boehly, Tuchel was fired earlier in September. He was quickly removed by Brighton manager Graham Potter, but according to Bild Sport, the German might make a quick comeback to the bench because two of the biggest clubs in Europe are reportedly interested in signing him.
Managers Julian Nagelsmann and Massimiliano Allegri are under a lot of strain as a result of Bayern and Juventus’ challenging openings to the new season. As the international break gets underway, Bayern is currently fifth in the table and five points behind surprise leaders Union Berlin after losing their last four Bundesliga games.
However, they have fared better in the Champions League, defeating Inter Milan and Barcelona, and for the time being, the club’s CEO has backed Nagelsmann. Oliver Kahn said to Sport1 that “We are absolutely convinced of Julian.” ‘Of course, he’s concerned, everyone is. We’re not feeling well. It’s likely that some players think the Bundesliga can be viewed as secondary. You can’t carry that out.
The situation for Allergi is less bright, though, as Juventus is eighth in Serie A and has only won once in their last eight games overall. While Turin club supporters are eager to see Tuchel succeed Allegri, sources indicate that the Italian powerhouses will not make a decision right away and may even postpone it until the end of the season in the hopes that Tottenham manager Antonio Conte will become available.