The German tactician who replaced Lampard at Stamford Bridge in January will stay in West London
Thomas Tuchel signed a two-year contract extension with Chelsea Initially signed an 18-month contract at Stamford Bridge Reward for winning the glory of the Champions League.
The Blues made another change to their air-raid shelter in January, when club legend Frank Lampard ushered in his exit after the former Borussia Dortmund and Paris Saint-Germain bosses were introduced.
Tuchel had an immediate impact, overseeing the results of the top four and reaching the FA Cup final, then went on to get major silverware as Manchester City was eliminated in a European game. Persuaded Roman Abramovich his worth.
What did you say?
Tuchel told Chelsea Official website Agree to the new terms: “I can’t imagine a better chance to renew. I am grateful for this experience and I am very happy to be part of the Chelsea family.
“There is more to do, and we look forward to our next move with ambition and full of expectations.”
Blues Director Marina Granovskaya added: “When Thomas joined us in January, there was still a lot to do at home and in Europe. He seamlessly integrated in and immediately became part of the Chelsea family. Indispensable part.
“It is vital for us to return to the top four of the Premier League. We are extremely happy with the success of the Champions League. This has won an extraordinary season for Chelsea.
“Therefore, we are obviously very happy to be able to stay with Thomas for another two years and look forward to more achievements in the coming season.”
Tuchel’s trade with Chelsea now lasts until the summer of 2024.
He will hope to maintain the momentum that has been established so far, and his expectations for West London have been high.
A 47-year-old tactician has proven that he can play a role in the brightest spotlight.
Success was built on the strongest foundation and blocked defensive loopholes.
The blues are Still trying to shake the shackles in the last third, But positive progress is being made.
Tuchel has 19 victories in the 30 games he has at the helm and only 5 losses.
The glory of the mainland is in the nearest ones, The German made history and became the first person to enter the Champions League final in two consecutive clubs.