THOMAS TUCHEL is getting closer to his next job after reportedly leaving the UK and taking Spanish classes.
The former Chelsea boss was forced to leave the UK after his visa expired following his sacking at Stamford Bridge.
But the German hasn’t let that deter him from pursuing his next appearance – which included the job in England should Gareth Southgate leave the position.
Corresponding Journalist Christian FalkAfter leaving Great Britain, Tuchel “intensified his Spanish”.
Falk then tagged Barcelona and Atletico Madrid in his post, citing them as two of the prospects.
Barcelona appear to be on an upward trend under club legend Xavi but failed once again to qualify for the Champions League knockout stages.
Instead, the Blaugrana have progressed to the Europa League play-offs and will face Manchester United in February.
Meanwhile, Atletico are struggling under Diego Simeone this season after already being eliminated from the Champions League and finishing fifth in La Liga.
With both sides struggling to overcome their Champions League demons, Tuchel could be brought in to remedy the situation.
The 49-year-old ensured an unlikely Champions League win with Chelsea months after his appointment.
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Success for the Blues continued as they won the Club World Cup and Super Cup while also losing on penalties in the FA Cup and Carabao Cup.
Chelsea were knocked out of the Carabao Cup by Manchester City in the third round, meaning their next game won’t come until December 27 when they meet Bournemouth.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/6963322/tuchel-learning-spanish-barcelona-atletico-chelsea-sack/ Ex-Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel ‘leaves Britain and takes Spanish classes’, with Barcelona and Atletico Madrid targeted