BREAKING NEWS: confirmed by football guru Fabrizio Romano,🚨Chelsea are reportedly set to “come full circle” by reappointing Thomas Tuchel as their head coach. The German was sacked by the club last season, but is said to be “in line” for a return to the role. Chelsea are said to be looking for a “quick fix” to their current problems, and see Tuchel as the man to provide that. The former PSG manager is said to be “keen” on the job. Chelsea Set to ‘Come Full Circle’ by Reappointing Thomas Tuchel as Head Coach – Blues Set to ‘Turn Back the Clock”.


A recent report suggests that former Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has set his sights on a potential return to the club amid speculation surrounding Mauricio Pochettino’s future at Stamford Bridge.

With Pochettino facing scrutiny, there are murmurs of a possible managerial change at Chelsea in the upcoming summer. The club is reportedly preparing to part ways with the former Tottenham and PSG manager, who is currently under contract until June 2025 with the option for an additional 12 months. Already, a shortlist of potential replacements for the Argentine has been drawn up, with Brighton’s Roberto De Zerbi and Sporting CP leading the pack.

Despite not being included in the current shortlist, Tuchel is reportedly keen on throwing his hat back into the ring, despite his unceremonious departure from Chelsea roughly 18 months ago, shortly after the arrival of new owner Todd Boehly.

Footballwave reports that Tuchel harbors ambitions of a Stamford Bridge comeback. It is a certainty that the 50-year-old will be seeking new opportunities in the summer, as his departure from Bayern Munich is already confirmed following a disappointing campaign that is likely to see the club miss out on the Bundesliga title after an 11-game winning streak.

While his recent stint at Bayern may have tarnished his reputation, Tuchel undeniably boasts an impressive record at Chelsea. During his previous tenure from January 2021 to September 2022, he achieved a remarkable win percentage of 60%. This figure surpasses the win percentages of interim managers who presided over more than 10 games, such as Graham Potter (39%) and Pochettino (46%). In fact, since Carlo Ancelotti’s departure in 2011, only Antonio Conte (65%) and Maurizio Sarri (62%) have achieved higher win percentages as full-time Chelsea managers.

However, whether Boehly would be open to the idea of Tuchel’s return, given their previous relationship, remains uncertain. Tuchel’s reputation for being somewhat aloof could potentially influence Boehly’s decision-making process regarding his potential return to Chelsea.

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