- Former Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel is reportedly in Kenya as his world tour continues
- The ex-Blues manager is reportedly yet to land a new coaching job after he was sacked
- Graham Potter is currently struggling as Chelsea strays close to the EPL relegation spots
Former Chelsea Head Coach, Thomas Tuchel has reportedly been spotted in Kenya as he continues with his break from football.
Tuchel has been seen in different countries ever since he was sacked by the Blues in early September. He is yet to land a job at a new club.
Tuchel Cam on Twitter reports that the German tactician was spotted taking pictures with locals at the Hell's Kitchen in Marafa, Kilifi County.
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This comes at a time when Chelsea continues to struggle after his departure. Graham Potter's side fell to their sixth Premier League loss of the season, after a Riyad Mahrez strike helped Manchester City to a 1-0 win on January 5.
The west Londoners are currently languishing in 10th place in the Premier League.
Tuchel won three trophies during his 15-month stay at the Blues. He has previously admitted he was shocked by the nature of his sacking by the new Chelsea owners, who took over from Roman Abramovich.
Tuchel spotted in South Africa
Sports Brief had earlier reported that the former Chelsea manager was on holiday in Cape Town, on the coast of South Africa.
Tuchel was spotted in a photo on Twitter with a surfer fan, while out at one of the city's scenic beaches.
The London team showed the German tactician the door, in the aftermath of a 1-0 loss to Dinamo Zagreb in the UEFA Champions League back in September.
Fans want Tuchel for Amakhosi
It didn't take long for local football fans to come up with jokes about the reason Tuchel was in South Africa, Sports Brief also reported.
The former Chelsea coach was seen in a photo with a fan at one of the beaches in Cape Town, and South African football fans could not resist the opportunity to wildly speculate.
Many hoped the German tactician would end up coaching one of their favourite teams, including the likes of Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates.
Source: Sports Brief News