£204,000 a week boss willing to agree Man Utd move – Talks held

Thomas Tuchel

As per reports going on in the media, Thomas Tuchel is willing to join Man Utd to replace Erik ten Hag at Old Trafford.

The German manager won the Champions League with Chelsea and managed Bayern Munich to the Bundesliga title last season.

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However, the Kaiser has already confirmed that he will be leaving the Bavarians at the end of the current campaign.

According to Kicker (via Die Welt), the former Dortmund boss is looking to move to Manchester United and he has already held initial talks with the Premier League giants.

Similarly, Head of Football for Bild/Sport Bild, Christian Falk, has also confirmed that Tuchel would be willing to join Man Utd. He wrote on X:

“Now Man Utd also showed interest in Thomas Tuchel. Tuchel would be ready for a new challenge in summer and is very interested in Manchester United”

For now, the 50-year-old manager wants to focus on the remaining games. Bayern lost the league title to Leverkusen but have reached the semis of the Champions League.

Tuchel would likely not take part in Europe’s elite competition next term if he moves to Man Utd, who need a miracle to qualify for the tournament.

He is one of the highest earning coaches in world football and takes home a salary of around £204,000 a week at the Allianz.

Have your say – Should Thomas Tuchel replace Erik ten Hag at Man Utd?


  1. Absolutely NO WAY!!
    I have known T Tuchel from his early days in Germany and he is definitely the worst that could happen in this present situation, where Man United need to (re-)build a new team with new, young players. His record of handling players speaks for itself. He had big issues in every club he has been with, so, as a life long Man Utd supporter, please stay away from this guy!!!
    However, I’d love to see Thomas Frank joining the club and even bring Toney with him.

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