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ARSENAL, From Germany: in talks with TUCHEL

20.03.2017 08.47 by Claudio Colla  read 1001

According to latest news reported by Sport Bild, Arsenal top brass, in search for a replacement for Arsène Wenger, leaving the club after 21 seasons, have got in touch with German 43-year old Thomas Tuchel. If joining Gunners, the latter would leave Borussia Dortmund after two seasons, and follow his precursor Jurgen Klopp's steps, by landing directly to a Premier League top club. Besides, London side are still interested in Massimiliano Allegri (Juventus) and Eddie Howe (Bournemouth).

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