Despite winning the DFB Pokal, the German Cup with Borussia Dortmund, his stint at the club is over, and he can be considered one of the ‘hottest’ available coaches in the ‘market’ at the moment. One club he will not be working for next season though, is Bayer Leverkusen.
Thomas will not take charge of Leverkusen
Olaf Meinking, Thomas Tuchel’s agent, told FAZ.
We will see how things develop after his holiday
Meinking added, before leaving all possibilities open, even taking a year off.
He could take some time off, but he could also move abroad
were his words, leaving everyone with the impression that Tuchel doesn’t want to take charge at a club that will represent a step backwards in his career.
After making a name for himself at Mainz and then working for Germany’s second biggest team after Bayern, chances are, if he really wants to keep moving forward, he will have to leave his homeland.
As for why he parted ways with Dortmund despite having another year left on his contract, it’s no secret that his relationship with CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke and sporting director Michael Zorc was very-very poor…