Thomas Tuchel’s future with Chelsea remains highly uncertain.
After the UK sanctions imposed on Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich, Tuchel’s future looked unsettled at Chelsea with Man United ready to exploit in this situation.
Man United are on the lookout for a new manager this summer and they could make a move for the German if he’s available in the summer.
Thomas Tuchel although committed to Chelsea but knows the future looks very uncertain.
Tuchel said: “I cannot predict the future. Right now my future is until Sunday, actually, and since Thursday, even more so.
“So let’s go day by day. There’s no other solution at the moment.”
He was later asked about managing a different club other than Chelsea.
Tuchel said: “First of all, I like where I am, because I appreciate the value it has to be in a club with a mentality that fits so good to my mentality.
“I appreciate the amount and quality of support I’ve found in this club.
“There I feel very privileged and very lucky. I know how much I need this to be the best version of myself. It has big, big value.
“I never had in any contract that I can spend this amount of money, or that amount of money, that I need this player.
“I trust myself also to adapt to a lot of situations. I trust my ability to influence teams. I’m happy to be part of that big team at Cobham and at Chelsea.
“I’m still very, very happy, and I hope it will not change.”
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