Here is the amount Abramovich has spent on sacking Chelsea coaches
- Thomas Tuchel is the 12th manager who will be working with Chelsea owner Abramovich
- The German replaces Englishman Frank Lampard who was recently sacked
- Abramovich has paid sum of £110m to all the managers he fired at Chelsea
Roman Abramovich who is the owner of Premier League side Chelsea has reportedly paid massive sum of £110m to all the managers he has sacked at Stamford Bridge since he took over.
Since 2003 that the Russian billionaire became the owner of Premier League side Chelsea, German football manager Thomas Tuchel will be his 12th appointment in the hot-seat.
The former Paris Saint-Germain manager got the chance to become new Chelsea boss following the sacking of Frank Lampard who was unable to change the fortune of the club.
Abramovich is known to be a man with no patience with coaches considering the numbers of those he has fired at Stamford Bridge.
Despite bringing huge successes to the Blues, Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho was sacked two times at Chelsea with the first once in 2007 while the second was in 2015.
Jose Mourinho helped the Blues to win three Premier League titles, the FA Cup and three League Cups before being thrown out.
Meanwhile, Thomas Tuchel is now under pressure for him to deliver at Chelsea this season so as for him not to be fired by the club's owner Roman Abramovich.
Chelsea are currently occupying 10th position on the Premier League table with 29 points after 19 games and the Blues will face Wolves in their next game.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Chelsea camp was thrown into chaos barely 24 hours after Frank Lampard's sacking as Antonio Rudiger and Cesar Azpilicueta were said to have had an altercation in training.
Both players were said to have clashed more than once at the Cobham training ground having held grudges against each other under the watch of the former boss.
Reports claim the bust-up erupted after the German defender dropped to the bench by the former boss was handed back-to-back Premier League starts at Fulham and Leicester.
The players who came through from the club academy are said to be given favourite treatment by the former handler.
A number of stars are said to have been left 'hurt' by Lampard's public criticism of the squad and believed him to lack empathy, despite his long career as a player himself.