Thomas Tuchel might reportedly be pressured to depart the United Kingdom before Christmas following on from his shock sacking at Chelsea.

The German boss was brutally dismissed from his role as manager at Stamford Bridge earlier in September to get replaced by Graham Potter shortly after. 

It got here following a poor begin to the season but additionally due to a falling out with new proprietor Todd Boehly in addition to members of his first-team.

The remaining straw got here after a shock defeat away at Dinamo Zagreb within the Champions League. 

This was regardless of him being backed with around £250million within the switch market over the summer season as he appeared to repeat his 2021 Champions League success with the club, in addition to lead a Premier League title battle.

But the fallout might have additional repercussions for Tuchel, as in accordance to the Telegraph he might now be going through deportation from the country due to Brexit guidelines.

The report states that Tuchel arrived in Britain on a post-Brexit Governing Body Endorsment visa, which means he might solely have 90 days on from his sacking to legally stay within the UK.

This has but to be confirmed by the Football Association. 

A representative for Tuchel told the Telegraph: ‘We will act in accordance with UK rules and adapt all future plans. Final decisions are not made yet.’

Tuchel remains to be primarily based close to Chelsea’s Cobham coaching floor, whereas his children nonetheless attend faculty regionally.

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