Hansi Flick has sent words to Thomas Tuchel who he believes it will be great to engage in a competition with
Chelsea manager, Thomas Tuchel appears to have receive a kind of message from Hansi Flick who is linked to United as a possible replacement to Ole Solskjaer.
According to reports, Man United have already tried pricing the former Bayern Munich Manager away from Germany National Team.
United is said to have already offered €30m to sign the manager but Germany are in no way accepting the offer due to the World Cup at hand.
Prior any possible transfer deal, Hansi Flick appears to have aimed message at Thomas Tuchel who since his arrival has dominated the Premier League.
Tuchel in just months of his arrival has already won Chelsea the UEFA Champions League and currently sits at the top of the league.
Chelsea are considered favorites to win the Premier League and that’s credit to Thomas Tuchel who has changed the mentality of the team alot.
United knows appointing Flick would bring them same results but it’s now a matter of when and if.
Speaking in any interview, Flick said of Tuchel and his domination in the Premier League; “The Premier League is a tough place to be and for one to be succeeding in a short time after going there, that person is definitely talented.
“Tuchel was in the Bundesliga and he did a wonderful job. He also did the same in France but luckily my Bayern team was a better one and we won the Champions League from them.
“Hopefully we can both compete against each other again, he is a worthy opponent.”
Thomas Tuchel has told that he sent his players off to a one-week break while the international break is on (specifically players who aren’t representing their national teams).
The Chelsea players are expected to return to training by next week ahead of the return of their teammates who are participating in the ongoing World Cup games.
Manchester United on the other hand, will have to fire up their plans before the resumption of the league after the fans attempted protest today.
Sadly for the fans, the protest couldn’t make any impact as less persons turned up for the activity.
But should Ole Solskjaer remain manager in the coming days then there are higher chances that a more serious protest could spark off.
Hansi Flick will be preparing his German side ahead of their next clash after cruising past Leichtenstien in a 9-0 massacre.