“Manchester United” called for the use of “Chelsea”, “picking up” Thomas Tuchel

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Thomas Tuchel was associated with Manchester United. (Photo by Darren Walsh / Chelsea via Getty Images)

Manchester United should use uncertainty on Chelsea “pressing” Thomas Tuchel.

This is according to Paul Merson, who believes that the “Red Devils” would be careless if they did not try to talk to the German about the transition to “Old Trafford”.

United want to appoint a new coach before the end of the season, s Mauricio Pachetina and Eric Ten Hag are in the lead.

But because Chelsea cannot sign or sell players following sanctions against owner Roman Abramovich, Tuchel faces an uncertain future at Stamford Bridge and may be ready to leave.

Merson believes that the German is perfect for “Old Trafford”, and the bosses of “United” should already “pick up” the former boss of Dortmund.

Rangnik is a fan of Tuchel (Photo by Alex Livesey – Danehouse / Getty Images)

“If I were with Man United, I would be the whole manager: this manager is the top drawer, I don’t care what anyone says,” Merson told Sky Sports.

“I think he’s world-class, and if I were Man United now, I’d connect him right away.”

United hopes to talk to Pachetin and Ten Haag in the coming weeks, and the club wants to make an announcement before the end of the season to clarify the lineup.

The players are said to be in favor of the Argentine, but his reputation has been hit by Paris Saint-Germain’s surrender against Real Madrid in the Champions League.

Ajax, on the other hand, is leading the Dutch league and has conceded just 11 goals in 26 games this season, scoring 77 goals.

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"Manchester United" called for the use of "Chelsea", "picking up" Thomas Tuchel

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