- Former Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel seems to be making the most of his time away from football management
- The 49-year-old was recently spotted in the capital London amid speculation that he could make a return to the dugout
- Tuchel is currently out of management after he was sacked at Stamford Bridge, with his role being taken by Graham Potter
Former Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel is yet to leave London days after he was sacked as Blues manager.
Tuchel was shown the door at Stamford Bridge after a slow start to the new season, culminating in a 1-0 embarrassing defeat at Dinamo Zagreb in their Champions League opener.
The German tactician was subsequently replaced with Graham Potter, with the Englishman swapping Brighton for Chelsea.
However, it is very unlikely Tuchel will stay without a job for long, with the former Paris Saint-Germain boss already linked with the Bayern Munich role.
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But for the time being, the 49-year-old seems to have decided to settle in in London as he hunts for his next job.
Ex-Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel spotted in London
The tactician was recently spotted in the British capital, with a photo of him posing with a supporter emerging online.
According to The Sun, an Instagram account named @KarimZahlann shared the photo online, sparking reactions.
It is understood that the individual tuchel posed with in the photo is a Blues fan and took time to thank the German for his work at the club before he asked for a photo.
Meanwhile, there are speculations that Tuchel could make a return to the dugout earlier than was anticipated, with Bayern Munich keen on his services.
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Sports Brief had earlier reported that Chelsea owner Todd Boehly has revealed interesting details about why they decided to sack Thomas Tuchel.
Tuchel was relieved of his duties as Chelsea's head coach last week following a spate of poor results.
The German gaffer was sacked barely 15 months after leading the side to Champions League victory. Boehly adopted the ruthless nature of former owner Roman Abramovich by firing Tuchel at the first sight of a dip in form.