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Thomas Tuchel has already been identified as potential replacement for Erik ten Hag as manager of Manchester United

The unprecedented possibility of Bayern Munich finishing the season without any trophies is concerning the team, and the departure of a past Champions League winner at the end of the campaign is a huge change for the team.

An inspired Bayer Leverkusen is posing a threat to Bayern’s domination in the Bundesliga, as they are now leading by eight points. Bayern has won the title for 11 straight seasons.

This season, Leverkusen boasts an amazing 32-game winning streak consisting of 28 victories and 4 draws, whereas Bayern has lost three straight games in all competitions—a rare event since 2015.

Ironically, Xabi Alonso of Bayer Leverkusen or possibly Liverpool could replace current Bayern manager Thomas Tuchel, who has expressed a desire to return to the Premier League because he feels underappreciated in Germany.

Although there is no sign that current manager Erik ten Hag’s job is in danger right now despite pressure earlier in the season, reports say Tuchel is interested in taking over at Manchester United.

The new owner of United, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, highlights the importance of having top talent in important positions and a supportive yet competitive atmosphere. Even though there isn’t any indication that Ten Hag will leave soon, the team needs to perform well to reach its season objectives.

Despite winning numerous titles, including the Champions League, Tuchel was fired by Chelsea and believes he still has unfinished business in the Premier League.

He has also been connected to possible transfers to Barcelona and Liverpool.

Tuchel was fired in September 2022 despite his prior achievements, although his time at Chelsea ended quickly after a large investment in new players.

He guided Chelsea to three cup finals in his native country, but he could not win any of them.

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