Thomas Tuchel faces deportation from UK after being sacked by Chelsea


Thomas Tuchel was fired Chelsea after a poor start to the Blues’ season and was substituted Graham Potter.

The German coach is now looking for a new job and according to The Telegraph, Tuchel interested in staying in the Premier League.

However, Brexit works against him as he could be deported from the UK before Christmas.

The German coach may be forced to leave the UK after being sacked from Stamford Bridge.

Reports in the British media indicate that Tuchel arrived in the country on a visa approved by the governing body after Brexit, which means that he can only stay in the UK for 90 days after he officially becomes unemployed.

TuchelThe representative was asked about the situation and whether it affects the German’s future job prospects.

“We will operate in accordance with UK rules and adapt all plans for the future. No final decisions have been made yet,” a spokesman told The Telegraph.

At that time, Tuchel continues to live in the UK and is waiting for a job opportunity.

Despite his desire to stay in the Premier League, a return to the Bundesliga is possible.



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