The key in securing Tuchel as Chelsea boss, after he left PSG, was the freedom that club owner Roman Abramovich promised him. 'Bild' described a chat between the two in which the Russian brought up his past to make it clear that any problems he had when wanting to bring in new signings had passed.
"We don't care that you had problems with club bosses or if there were complications. Here, at Chelsea, there's only one important thing - you are here to win titles. Chelsea managers are here to win titles. How you do it is completely irrelevant to us", were Abramovich's words.
It was partly for this reason that the German looked fondly at joining the Premier League club. From the very start, signing for the 'Blues' was an attractive option for his future. He had just left a club in which he had felt important before a cool encounter with sporting director Leonardo, which Tuchel himself revealed a while back.
Currently, his move is going exceptionally well. Tuchel's Chelsea have qualified for the Champions League and FA Cup final, and defeated their European rival Manchester City in the Premier League on Saturday. At the moment, the manager is meeting all expectations.