Former Bayern Munich coach Julian Nagelsmann has been spotted on a skateboard outside the stadium of managerless Chelsea.
Despite a 73%-win ratio and guiding Bayern to the Champions League quarterfinals, Nagelsmann was sacked by the Bavarian club for dressing like one of the fellas in the ‘Four lads in jeans’ meme.
Eyewitnesses at Stamford Bridge claim the 35-year-old performed a series of tricks while hoping to catch the eye of club owner Todd Boehly.
‘I want to be Chelsea’s next ex-manager’, the German allegedly told stunned onlookers while executing a perfect backside 180 ollie.
Boehly is on the lookout for a new manager after sacking Graham Potter 7 months into their long-term project together.
In a statement on Chelsea’s website, the American businessman assured fans that sacking Potter after 31 games was ‘part of his plan’ when he handed the 47-year-old a 5-year contract last September.
‘Sacking Tuchel. Sacking Potter. Spending £600m on random players. This is all part of the masterplan. Trust the process, dudes’.
In related news, it’s also been alleged Nagelsmann rode his skateboard straight past the Tottenham Hotspur stadium with his fingers in ears while being chased by Spurs chairman Daniel Levy.
Levy is desperate to land the former RB Leipzig boss and keep him out of Chelsea’s clutches after reports emerged that top target Mauricio Pochettino changed his identity and voluntarily entered a witness protection programme.
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‘We can confirm a 51-year-old Argentinian man came to us and asked us to relocate him under a new identity following Spurs’ sacking of Antonio Conte’, a spokesperson for Scotland Yard told Paddy Power News.
Meanwhile, former Bolton Wanderers boss Sam Allardyce has changed his name by deed poll in a bid to land a job at either of the London clubs.
The 68-year-old, who now goes by the name of Samuel Allerdichio, was spotted in Salt Bae’s London restaurant sprinkling granules of Bisto on a £700 gold-embalmed steak.
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