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Tuchel return to Chelsea looks impossible

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Chelsea board considers Thomas Tuchel return impossible and they put their faith in Graham Potter, according to reports.

Potter is under huge pressure at Stanford Bridge as the 1:0 defeat to Southampton on weekend has left the Blues with just one victory in their last ten outings. Graham Potter joined Chelsea on September 2022 replacing Tuchel.

Chelsea are currently sits 10th in the Premier League and 24 points behind league leader Arsenal. However, the Blues must win the 2nd leg against Borrusia Dortmund to keep their hopes in the Champions League.

Despite the poor performance, the Chelsea board has kept their full faith in Potter and believes the fact that he is the right man for the job. Tuchel becomes a fan favorite at Stanford Bridge. Chelsea fans have already sung Tuchel’s name during games this season with some fans believing that the decision to sack Tuchel was a wrong decision.

However, the Evening Standard reports suggesting that the idea of Tuchel returning to Chelsea is “impossible”. Reports also suggest that Chelsea officials became “frustrated” due to Germans working style.

But Former Man United player, Gary Neville has criticized Blue’s current situation and he told Sky Sports:-

” I watched the highlights of there game against Southampton and you saw all the chances they missed.

“You heard the boos at the final whistle too and it feels a little ominous for Potter.

“I think the Chelsea owners will want to do the right thing. They’ve sacked a manager early [Thomas Tuchel] and got their own manager in.

TUCHEL MIGHT RETURN TO PSG

However, reports claim that Paris Saint-Germain are considering Tuchel’s return at The Le Parc des Princes. German might replace Christophe Galtier.

PSG sacked Tuchel in 2021 but French Club are willing to admit they made a mistake by sacking the German. But Tuchel needs assurance before agreeing to return to PSG for the second time.

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