Written By Jacobs Dunga
The sacked Chelsea boss has been rumoured to be the next Bayern Munich manager should Nangelsmann be shown the exit door.
Thomas Tuchel will not become Bayern Munich coach at least for now after the club publicly came out to back their manager. Tuchel was recently sacked as Chelsea manager and has been linked to the managerial job at Bayern due to the poor form of the club domestically.
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The Bavarians have endured a difficult start to their Bundesliga campaign with zero wins from their last four games which leaves them sixth on the log.
Bayern lost their most recent outing to Augsburg by a lone goal after having drawn each of the previous three.
Saturday’s game was the first time in 81 Bundesliga games that Bayern Munich have failed to score at least a goal and that has caused a stir in the management.
Club CEO Oliver Kahn spoke publicly about the situation where he revealed the club “dissatisfied” with the current situation but are fully behind their manager despite the unfavourable results.
“We are not dealing with any other coach now. We are totally confident in Julian,” Kahn told Sky Sports on Sunday.
“Of course we are all dissatisfied and in a bad mood. We have to get to the bottom of this. And assuming that as soon as the match against Leverkusen starts we have to go on the attack completely,” said Kahn.
“Maybe the belief has taken root in one or two people that you can do the Bundesliga on the side. But that is not the case.”
Bayern are however on a completely different wavelength in Europe having won each of their two games with a combined score of 4-0 against Inter Milan and Barcelona respectively.
Reports have confirmed that there’re no talks ongoing between embattled Serie A side Juventus and Thomas Tuchel.
Juventus are currently going through a rough patch and have seen manager Max Allegri’s position come under serious threat in the last one week.
However, Italian journalist Nicolo Schira reported on his Twitter handle that there’s contrary to rumours, there are no contacts between the former Chelsea manager and the record Italian champions.
Tuchel continues to be out of a job since leaving Chelsea a couple of weeks ago after the new club chairman Todd Boehly decided to let ways with him.
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