Rio Ferdinand Makes Huge Thomas Tuchel Confession Ahead Of Summer Transfer Window

The former United defender has disclosed why Thomas Tuchel is so different from many managers

Rio Ferdinand claims Thomas Tuchel is one of the managers who will so much be loved by the fans.

Although this is already happening but according to Ferdinand, he already knew ahead of time that this would occur.

Chelsea get set to take on West Ham United later today as they continue chase to finish third.

The Blues are very much interested in a win and are ready for the tough competition West Ham will bring as they are behind Man United struggling to enter the 6th place.

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Ahead of the game, Rio Ferdinand has shared that he perceives Tuchel as one of the managers who care so much about the club and not just his squad alone.

Speaking on BTSport, Ferdinand shared that he had once went to watch a Chelsea under-15 game and ended up spotting Thomas Tuchel in the stands.

Indeed this can be confirmed by on be true as the German has shown to be a great lover of young talents.

Giving younger talents opportunity to showcase their abilities and skills has been one thing Tuchel is so in love with.

Former Borussia Dortmund stars; Ousmane Dembele and Christian Pulisic are testimonies of this and Tuchel is already handing some minutes to Chelsea youngster; Vale.

Going to see the under-15 team game is a show of love for the club and interest in seeing if there are younger talents that could be used in the first team before the transfer market is considered.

Rio Ferdinand Makes Huge Thomas Tuchel Confession Ahead Of Sunday Match 1

Of course it’s vivid already that Tuchel isn’t a freak for the transfer market as he mostly in the past gone for the youngsters before making outsiders decisions.

“I went to an Under-15s game at Chelsea,” Rio Ferdinand started out as he narrated of Tuchel to BTSport.

“Tuchel was sitting in the stands watching the game at the training ground.

“That says a lot on a manager by the way. He has a vision not just for the 1st team but for the club. That is what makes a manager loved by the fans.”