Sacked by Chelsea in September, Thomas Tuchel will have to leave Great Britain before Christmas if he does not find a job by then.
Will Thomas Tuchel soon be forced to leave Great Britain? That’s what’s looming for the German manager, who was sacked by Chelsea in early September.
The former PSG coach arrived after Brexit was put in place, and he had 90 days to leave the territory from his dismissal. This therefore means that Tuchel could be deported to the border in early December, if he does not find another job by then.
Thomas Tuchel left in post-Brexit visa limbo after Chelsea sacking. German coach is thought to have a 90-day period before he is required to leave the UK but is yet to receive confirmation. https://t.co/am8iUojeTk @Telegraph
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“We will act in accordance with British rules and adapt all our future plans, explains a representative of Tuchel to the Telegraph.Final decisions are yet to be made. »
According to English media, Tuchel still resides in the London area, close to Chelsea’s training center in Cobham, while his children are still attending school in the surrounding area. His priority would be to find a bench fairly quickly, but we have to wait for a place to become available in the Premier League or elsewhere.