The management of Chelsea Football Club is set to hand the team’s manager, Thomas Tuchel a permanent deal after the European Champion League triumph last Saturday.
Though the German tactician had initially been committed to a 18-month deal but is in line for fresh terms after delivering Champions League glory
Goal has been able to confirm that the German tactician will be awarded fresh terms on the back of a stunning continental triumph, with an initial 18-month agreement being torn up.
Owner, Roman Abramovich has seen his decision to replace club legend Frank Lampard back in January justified and the man currently calling the shots from the dugout intends to deliver more silverware.
Tuchel, who also guided Chelsea to a top-four finish in the Premier League and a place in the FA Cup final, told the Blues’ official website on his message for Abramovich: “I can assure him that I will stay hungry.
“I want the next title and I feel absolutely happy, I feel part of a really ambitious club and a strong part of a strong group that suits my beliefs and suits my passion about football at the moment perfectly.
“So my desire is to go for more victories. My desire is to grow as a coach and my desire is to push the group on the first day of the next season to the limit.
“We have work to do. We have to close the gap and this is what I am all about.”