How Thomas Tuchel actually feels about taking the Aston Villa job after leaving Chelsea - journalist

Journalist Matt Law has claimed on Twitter that Thomas Tuchel has absolutely no interest in taking the Aston Villa manager’s job.

The German has been out of work since he was sacked by Todd Boehly last month, after only 100 days in charge of the club.

While the decision looked harsh based on things that had happened on the pitch, it soon emerged that the choice had been made due to off-field situations.

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The two parties falling out over topics such as signing Cristiano Ronaldo and the amount of gametime handed to youngsters such as Carney Chukwuemeka left the American feeling like he couldn’t continue the working relationship.

The Blues hired Graham Potter, who remains unbeaten in his seven games since taking over the club.

Tuchel has received a number of offers to return to management, despite only being out of work for a month.

Tuchel not interested in Villa job

The German has also reportedly made it clear that he would be happy to take the job as England manager after the World Cup,

Last night saw Steven Gerrard’s final game as Villa manager, following a shambolic 3-0 defeat to Fulham.

Immediately, quiet talk began to come up of the potential the former giants would look to hire Tuchel for the role.

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However, Law has made it clear that the German would be firmly against the move no matter what proposal he receives.

He said: “Any attempt by Aston Villa to speak with Thomas Tuchel over their vacant job will be met with a polite ‘no’. He’s not interested – even if big wages and money on offer”

It should not come as a surprise that the former PSG boss is thinking about a move to a club with more pedigree than Villa. During his time at Chelsea, he easily proved himself to be one of the best in world footbal

Jack is a writer for The Chelsea Chronicle. He has been a part of GRV Media since June 2022. He has a First Class Honours degree in Football Journalism from the University of Derby, graduating in 2021. Jack has experience working freelance for The Sun and The Athletic, whilst also being published for the Non-League Paper and reporting for Burton Albion's academy side. He is a lifelong Chelsea fan and will debate with anyone about everything and anything football related. He also holds a passion for gaming and music, and thinks he knows every word to every Oasis song ever released