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In an unexpected twist, former Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has expressed his keenness to make a comeback to Stamford Bridge, less than two years after his departure. Metro reports that Tuchel has already engaged in talks with Chelsea officials, signaling his interest in reassuming managerial duties.

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Tuchel’s initial tenure at Chelsea was marked by notable triumphs, including clinching the Champions League, Super Cup, and Club World Cup titles. However, his tenure came to an abrupt end when he was surprisingly dismissed by the club’s new owners, Clearlake Capital, in September 2022, just 100 days into their ownership.

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Following his exit from Chelsea, Tuchel faced challenges during his time at Bayern Munich, struggling to replicate his previous accomplishments. His stint at the German powerhouse saw inconsistent performances and a disappointing third-place finish in the Bundesliga.

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Despite recent setbacks, Tuchel remains highly regarded and sought after in the football sphere. His adaptability and tactical prowess make him an enticing prospect for Chelsea, who are currently in search of a new manager following Mauricio Pochettino’s departure.

Tuchel’s desire to return to Stamford Bridge is reportedly fueled by his sense of unfinished business at the club. He maintains strong connections with players and staff, and his passion for Chelsea remains undiminished.

While Chelsea have been linked with other managerial candidates like Roberto De Zerbi and Kieran McKenna, Tuchel’s experience and familiarity with the club position him as a formidable contender for the role.

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