Things are not looking good for former Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel who could face deportation after he was sacked earlier in the season. It had been 16 days since he received a letter terminating his contract with Chelsea.
After a poor start to the 2022/2023 season, the German manager showed the exit. A narrow defeat to Dinamo Zagreb in the Champions League sealed his shaking fate as manager of Chelsea, and the club’s new owner, Todd Boehly, wasted no time in sacking Tuchel. Although the news of his sacking came as a surprise to many football fans, especially Chelsea supporters, the latest revelation would make a bad situation for the German even worse.
According to new reports emerging from London, the German would soon find himself being deported by British authorities. This is because the new Brexit-related issues only allow Tuchel a 90-day dispensation if he cannot find another job. This means that Thomas Tuchel has just a few days remaining on his grace period before the UK immigration begins his deportation process. But according to his representatives, the former PSG and Borussia Dortmund coach is still staying around the Chelsea training ground in Cobham and will act according to the country’s rules.
If Thomas Tuchel is interested in staying in England after the next 74 days, the German has no choice but to look for a new team to coach. New Castle could be a possible bet for starters.