At Stamford Bridge, there has been plenty of happy moments since Tuchel took over. Under him, the Blues have won the Champions League and the UEFA Super Cup and they want more.
During his time at the 'Festival dello Sport' organised by 'La Gazzetta dello Sport', Thomas Tuchel left several interesting comments. The magazine 'Sportweek' will publish them this Saturday.
The paper has released some of the interview in advance. Of all the attackers they've had, Tuchel is clear what the best is for him. "It's easier to coach Lukaku than Neymar or Mbappe," he said.
On Chelsea, his current club, and PSG, his former side, Tuchel thinks they are not like each other: "They are two completely different clubs with regards to style and organisation."
The German feels much more comfortable now. "At PSG, I felt I was the Minister for Sport. I had to also manage family members and friends of the stars." Yet another criticism of his former club.
"At Chelsea, I work much more calmly," he said. It remains to be seen how this goes down at the Parc des Princes.
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