Six days after spending more time in a single transfer window than any club in history, Chelsea have sacked their manager Thomas Tuchel.
Six days after he drew the curtain on a transfer window in which he spent more money than any Premier League club in history.
After spending more than $300 million on new players in just a few months, Chelsea have fired their coach Thomas Tuchel.
The sacking of Tuchel, 49, was confirmed in a statement released just hours after the club lost 1-0 in the first leg of their Champions League campaign.
That defeat followed a stuttering start to the domestic season when Chelsea took on expensive Leeds United
And in addition to a comfortable defeat to Southampton, he saw a draw against Tottenham Hotspur.
The club is currently sixth in the Premier League table, five points behind first-place Arsenal.
Tuchel managed Stamford Bridge for just 18 months before the club's former owner, Roman Abramovich,
The appointment was made at the start of 2021 after he lost patience with previous incumbent Frank Lampard.
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