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Thomas Tuchel being kicked OUT of UK after Chelsea sacking due to Brexit rules and needs new job to be allowed to return

POST-BREXIT visa laws means ex-Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel will be kicked OUT of the UK because he is out of employment.

The German, 49, was sacked by Chelsea in September despite spending just shy of £250million on new players.

Tuchel will leave the UK next month and head to Munich


Tuchel will leave the UK next month and head to MunichCredit: Alamy

According to the Telegraph, the Blues’ Todd Boehly-Clearlake Capital ownership put two members of Tuchel’s staff on gardening leave, allowing them to remain in England with their families.

Being placed on gardening leave means they are technically still contracted to Chelsea.

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However, Tuchel was not made a similar offer to Zslot Low and Benjamin Webber, and due to post-Brexit visa laws, the Champions League-winning manager will be kicked OUT of the UK next month.

Tuchel was happy in Surrey, where his daughters have attended school, the report says.

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But he has been left with no choice but to find a new permanent home, and it is understood he will move to Munich in his native country.

Tuchel arrived at Chelsea in 2021 on a post-Brexit Governing Body Endorsement visa and attempts to get clarity on different options or get help to apply for an alternative visa have proved unsuccessful.

Despite not being allowed to permanently stay in England, Tuchel intends to travel back to London regularly and split his time between the capital and Munich.

Tuchel is said to be waiting for the right opportunity to return to coaching.


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He has already rejected proposals from English and overseas clubs.

A previous report in the Telegraph claimed Tuchel would be interested in succeeding Gareth Southgate as England manager IF the post becomes available after November-December’s World Cup.

Working with Tuchel could be tempting for the FA.

Chelsea reached the final of every club competition available under Tuchel during his 20-month reign.

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