Breaking News: Thomas Tuchel gave a !!Surprising!! Statement to Bayern Munich

Former Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is seeking to bring Blues’ coach Anthony Barry with him to Bayern Munich, with the German side optimistic of completing the capture.

Thomas Tuchel, the new manager of Bayern Munich, has been allowed to bring a valuable asset to the Allianz Arena. Coach Anthony Barry’s services have been formally requested by the German team from Chelsea, and they are “confident” that the transfer will be completed.


Barry was a colleague of the former Blues manager at Stamford Bridge, and the manager had no secret about his desire to get Barry into his newly established Bayern backroom team. After taking over for Julian Nagelsmann in the dugout last Friday, Tuchel’s vocal desire to bring the highly respected coach apparently irritated his previous employers.

Sky Germany’s Florian Plettenberg is now stating that Bayern is “working on his transfer now”. “All parties are confident that his move to Bayern will happen,” even if Chelsea is “no hurry to let him go.”


Barry joined Chelsea during Frank Lampard’s Blues era, yet in just a few years, he has left a significant impression on the team. Todd Boehly was rumored to be interested in appointing Chelsea’s current ‘brains’, 36-year-old manager Graham Potter, as interim manager until he decided to put his trust in Brighton manager Graham Potter.


Barry, who was previously connected to leaving Stamford Bridge prior to this seemingly inevitable departure, was also thought to have been instrumental in turning the Blues into one of the Premier League’s top set-piece specialists. Barry’s admiration for Tuchel is demonstrated by the fact that, according to the Times, the former Blues manager went to great lengths to ward off interest from Cardiff City, Aberdeen, and Tranmere Rovers, all of whom were vying for his services as a manager.


The German stated, “It is important for us that we have many different players performing and we have many different goalscorers this season,” in a pre-match Chelsea program in January of last year. When Andreas starts to score, as I predicted after the Malmo game last week, it is a good sign, and I believe our set-piece coach, Anthony Barry, should be extremely happy.


“It is important to be able to score in situations like this, and it is good that we have several different people who can score.” Barry has been a coach for the Portugal national team under Roberto Martínez in addition to his work at Chelsea.




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