Reason why Julian Nagelsmann withdrew from the running to manage Chelsea
The explanation for why Nagelsmann allegedly withdrew from consideration for the position of new Chelsea manager has been made public.
Following Graham Potter’s firing, the Blues named Frank Lampard their interim manager for the remainder of the campaign.
Many renowned coaches, including Pochettino, Enrique, and Kompany, who has excelled at Burnley, have been linked with the permanent position.
Nagelsmann, was brutally fired by Bayern last month, was reportedly in the running to succeed Potter before withdrawing.
The 35-year-old pulled himself out of the running to be the next Chelsea manager. According to Sport1, he wants to work on a “project that is on solid ground.” And is turned off by the management environment at Stamford Bridge.
He denied allegations that he had canceled additional talks with Chelsea officials. He said, “To cancel something, you have to commit to something first,” in an interview with Sky Sports Germany.
Since taking over the club, Boehly has spent over £600 million on new players. Mykhailo Mudryk acquired for a staggering £88.5 million and Enzo Fernandez for a British record £106.8 million.
Chelsea has had a disappointing season, finishing in 11th place in the table. Moreover Chelsea will go without any trophies this year despite the influx of star players.
Last week Chelsea was knocked out Champions League by the Spanish giants Real Madrid. Moreover, Chelsea will not be hoping to play for the Champions League next season.
Boehly will be hoping for stability at the start of the following season as he finds new manager.
Pochettino, the former manager of Tottenham, is regarded as the front-runner. Additional reports indicate that other unnamed managers who haven’t been mentioned are also on their shortlist.