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Thomas Tuchel eyeing 'dream' Premier League job after Bayern Munich exit

Thomas Tuchel eyeing 'dream' Premier League job after Bayern Munich exit

Could Tuchel return to England?

Thomas Tuchel is reportedly eyeing a shock return to the Premier League.

Tuchel is set to part ways with current club Bayern Munich at the end of the season, after an agreement was reached between both himself and the club.

Having previously led Chelsea to Champions League glory in 2021, the German has since enjoyed a strong spell at the Allianz Arena.

But is has emerged Tuchel would prefer to take over the reigns at Manchester United, if the opportunity were to present itself.

According to German journalist Christian Falk, the former PSG boss sees his next step with the Red Devils.

United are currently at something of a crossroads, after INEOS' 25% partial takeover at the club was made official just days ago.

Erik ten Hag has been tasked with leading the club back to its former glories and United are currently sixth in the Premier League table.

It remains to be seen whether Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Sir Dave Brailsford wish to stick with the Dutchman, given the decline in form they have seen this season.

Ten Hag in conversation with Ratcliffe. (Image

Speculation has also gained traction in recent weeks given Tuchel's past comments about managing in Spain.

Barcelona are set to step-up their search for a new manager after Xavi he announced he will depart the Nou Camp at the end of the season.

Tuchel has remained tight-lipped on the situation but insists he could be open to a move to Spain and is currently priced at 7/1 with popular bookmaker SkyBet.

"Moving abroad would appeal to me again," he admitted.

"Spain has an extraordinary league.

"From my perspective, and based on my experience working with Spaniards, they are characterised by a tremendous amount of self-confidence.

"When you speak with Spanish players, you quickly get the sense that you are engaging with the person."

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Topics: Thomas Tuchel, Manchester United