Potential new Chelsea owner Nick Candy issues Thomas Tuchel warning to Manchester United
Nick Candy, a potential future owner of Chelsea, has expressed concern about Manchester United's pursuit of Thomas Tuchel. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who was ousted from his position as manager in November, is now being replaced by a permanent manager, with Ralf Rangnick serving as interim manager.
According to the Manchester Evening News, the board of directors of Manchester United wants Erik ten Hag to become a member of the club. Pundits, on the other hand, have proposed that the Reds give Tuchel a go at managing the team in the future.
It is reported that Tuchel's position at Chelsea is in peril as a result of his off-field issues with Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich and the UK government's sanctions against him.
Nick Candy, the Blues' likely new owner, has assured Manchester United that if he becomes the club's new owner, he will not allow Tuchel to leave the club.
According to Candy, "Thomas Tuchel has done an incredible job in the previous two weeks during a really difficult time." And he's done it in a gentlemanly manner, both verbally and physically.
'Being a great manager is one thing; however, being a great human being is quite another.' He has, on the other hand, proved that he is not only a fantastic boss, but also a terrific human being in general.
"He deserves all of the credit because he has earned the respect of the media, the players, and the fans." Sign up for our United newsletter to ensure that you don't miss a thing during the 2018-19 season at Old Trafford.
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