Just hours after the UK government sanctioned Roman Abramovich, calls for Manchester United to sign Tuchel began to grow. Chelsea has been seized by the UK government, which has prevented Abramovich from selling the club.
According to Jamie Carragher, this is the greatest time for Manchester United to chase Thomas Tuchel.
“Manchester United have been presented with the ideal opportunity recruit the manager who should be their number one target, Thomas Tuchel” Jamie Carragher stated In a recent Telegraph post.
However, the Chelsea coach earlier noted that he is pleased with his current situation and is not ready to quit the club. Last month marked the one-year anniversary of the German coach’s arrival at the English club following the dismissal of Frank Lampard.
“I think I have a contract until 2024. Let’s try to stay as long as this contract says. This history tells us that it’s not that easy but I feel confident today that I can make it. I don’t want to be anywhere else. I hope I made it clear that I’m very happy where I am. It is not finished here, by far not finished. It just started and is so promising. I am not keen, not at all, to change” Tuchel said
Thomas Tuchel won the Champions League and the FIFA Club World Cup with Chelsea in the course of a year. He also led the team to the Super Cup victory. He recently led Chelsea to the Carabao Cup final, where they were defeated by Liverpool.
In a year, he won three titles for the club. Manchester United is looking for this level of talent. For the past five years, the team has competed in leagues but has yet to win a trophy. They feel Thomas Tuchel is the man who can help the team turn things around.
“only clubs of a certain calibre will attract Thomas Tuchel. It will be negligent of Manchester United to fail to sound him out. As a coach, he is exactly what they need,” Jamie Carragher emphasized.
The German coach, on the other hand, is a man of honor. “As long as we have enough shirts and a bus to drive to the games, we will be there and we will compete hard”, he told reporters after Norwich City’s play yesterday.