Thomas Tuchel to take over as Bayern Munich’s new manager

Stevian Francis

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Former PSG and Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is reportedly set to take the reigns as Bayern Munich’s head coach following the expected sacking of Julian Nagelsmann.

 “Thomas Tuchel will become the new FC Bayern coach”, he stated on his Instagram on Thursday.

Ramaona also noted that the deal is a two-year agreement that is set to run until June 2025.

“Thomas Tuchel will replace Julian Nagelsmann who’s set to be sacked with an immediate effect.”

According to noted football journalist Fabrizio Romana, Tuchel’s reported appointment comes mere hours after initial reports of Nagelsmann’s impending sacking by the Bundesliga giants which were hinted at in a subsequent tweet.

“Bayern are seriously considering to sack Julian Nagelsmann with an immediate effect,” he shared via twitter.

“Decision being discussed internally, the club could fire him soon as but talks/process still ongoing.”

🚨 Understand Thomas Tuchel would be the leading candidate to potentially take FC Bayern job in case Julian Nagelsmann will be fired in the next days.

The news comes as a complete shock to many given Bayern’s current form this season, which includes topping the Bundesliga as well qualification to the Champions League’s quarter-finals.

There has been no reported fall all out between Naglesmann and the board before the reports, which further shrouds the timing and reason for the change in bewilderment.

However, Tuchel, who has experience in the Bundesliga having coached rivals Borussia Dortmund before his move to Paris remained a strong candidate for managerial posts since his sacking from Chelsea.

the German Tactician has been to back-to-back Champions League finals (2020-2021) with Chelsea and PSG.

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