Thomas Tuchel chooses Real Madrid as his next coaching destination
Thomas Tuchel wants to be the next Paris Saint-Germain head coach, and Nasser Al-Khelafi has said that he is one of the best prospects to replace Christophe Galtier.
The last time Paris Saint-Germain lost in Europe was in the Round of 16 of the Champions League to Bayern Munich. Because of this, the club’s leaders may now have to seriously think about firing coach Christophe Galtier. “No, this is not the right time. My future depends on which way I go. There are things that could make you sad. I still want to finish the current project and plan to do so with a lot of energy. We will have to move quickly,” Galtier said into the Canal Plus microphone Wednesday night after Bayern Munich beat them at the Allianz Arena. (2-0).
According to information from the media source Relevo, if the 56-year-old coach decided to leave the club, Nasser Al-Khelafi would think about bringing Thomas Tuchel back.
Since losing his job as coach at Chelsea in September 2022, the German coach has been out of work. He lost his job as a coach in Paris in December 2020 because he had a big fight with Leonardo. The story in the Italian magazine says that the new mayor of Paris has a lot of respect for his former boss and might even hire him again.
He promised to come back in a few days when he realized any agreement no longer bound him. But it’s possible that the former Borussia Dortmund manager has already decided.
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Thomas Tuchel is getting ready to join Real Madrid at the moment
The British newspaper The Times says that Thomas Tuchel would be interested to take over as Real Madrid’s head coach from Carlo Ancelotti.
Even though he is under contract with Real Madrid until June 2024, the highly regarded Italian coach could lose his job if the team doesn’t win a big award by the end of the season. Also, English-language sources say that Tuchel would have started learning Spanish months before, while he was waiting for Real Madrid to call him with a job offer.