Thomas Tuchel is apparently threatened with expulsion from Great Britain after leaving Chelsea. The reason for this is the expiration of his work visa.
Since Brexit, EU foreigners have only been allowed to stay in the country for a maximum of 90 days after the end of their employment. After this period, the visa will expire and you will have to leave the UK.
Noisy telegraph would that also apply to Tuchel, who was fired as Chelsea manager on September 7th. According to the report, however, there is currently still uncertainty. Tuchel is therefore checking his options.
“We will act in accordance with British rules and adjust any future plans. Final decisions have not yet been made,” said a spokesman for the coach telegraph quoted.
Tuchel took over the coaching job with the Blues in January 2021. Only after a special application from the Blues did the 49-year-old receive an entry permit and a work permit. However, this approval ends with his expulsion. However, the former Dortmund coach is said to be comfortable in London, he still lives close to the Chelsea training ground in Cobham and his children also go to school in Surrey.