Official: Chelsea respond to claims that Tuchel will succeed Conte

Chelsea have denied reports that Thomas Tuchel has been identified as a potential replacement for Antonio Conte.

Reports emerged on Wednesday morning that former Borussia Dortmund manager Tuchel will replace Conte if and when the Italian leaves Stamford Bridge.

German newspaper SportBild claimed that the German coach, without a job since leaving Dortmund in May 2017, was on a list of Conte successors.

Chelsea have denied reports that Thomas Tuchel has been identified as a potential replacement for Antonio Conte.



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Lonely-looking Roman Abramovich relaxes on his £312million yacht off the coast of southern France as he is seen for the first time since announcing his divorce from wife Dasha Zhukova

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich cuts a lonely figure as he relaxes on his £164million luxury yacht, days after announcing he is set to divorce for the third time.
The Russian oligarch, 50, was pictured in Antibes, the popular Mediterranean resort between Cannes and Nice.
Abramovich, who is worth an estimated £7billion, has ‘amicably’ agreed to part ways with his magazine editor wife Dasha Zhukova, 36.

They will both continue to work together for their joint businesses and two children.
He has taken some time out on his 164metre yacht, The Eclipse – the second largest private yacht in the world.
It boasts two helicopter pads, cabins for 24 guests, two swimming pools and a disco hall, as well as missile detection system.
The Eclipse reportedly requires 70 staff members to operate it and serve guests.

Football club owner Abramovich could be set for a costly divorce battle, experts have warned.
Ayesha Vardag, President of family law firm Vardags, said that everything Abramovich built during his 10-year marriage will be shared equally with Dasha.
She said: ‘Roman Abramovich is by far the most prominent of Britain’s Russian billionaires and like many of his fellow countrymen he will be well-aware that a divorce in the London courts could be far more costly than one in Moscow.
‘The English courts start from the position that marriage is a partnership – and the starting point will be that everything built up during the marriage will be shared equally.’

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