Ex-Dortmund and Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel ‘would be open to taking the England job if it became available’, according to reports in Germany

According to reports in Germany, former Dortmund and Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel “would be open to taking the England job if it became available.”

After managing Chelsea for 100 games, Tuchel was fired in September.

According to reports, the German has already declined to return to management.

He was considered for the position at Bayer Leverkusen but turned it down.

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Rio Ferdinand claims that Graham Potter has already changed the young Chelsea players, Armando Broja and Conor Gallagher likely would have left under Thomas Tuchel.

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Now that Gareth Southgate is concerned about Reece James’ health, it seems impossible for England to start the World Cup without his right-hand man.

Todd Boehly, the new owner of the Blues, fired Tuchel after just 100 days in charge, despite Tuchel coached Chelsea for 100 games, winning 60, drawing 24, and losing 16; It is believed that the two did not get along well while he was at Stamford Bridge.

The German won the Champions League with Chelsea and has previously served as the manager of clubs such as Borussia Dortmund and Paris Saint-Germain.

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