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Fabrizio Romano says it’ll be very easy for Chelsea to hire ‘phenomenal’ Spurs manager target

    It appears that Chelsea Football Club now have a clear path to hiring Julian Nagelsmann as their new manager, with Bayern Munich reportedly not standing in their way. Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano recently gave an update on Nagelsmann’s potential move to the Premier League club on his YouTube channel.

    According to Romano, Bayern Munich have agreed to let Anthony Barry, a member of Chelsea’s coaching staff, leave the club to join Thomas Tuchel’s team in Munich. As a result, Bayern have no intention of creating any obstacles for Chelsea if they want to hire Nagelsmann, who is currently on the Bayern payroll. The German coach has also been linked with Tottenham Hotspur, but Chelsea now have a clear path to him if they choose to pursue him.

    Speaking on the matter, Romano said: “It is also true that, from what I understand, Bayern won’t create big problems for Chelsea in case they want to proceed with the appointment of Julian Nagelsmann. It will not be a financial problem with Bayern and Chelsea, they will find a way. The point is if Chelsea want to go with Nagelsmann in the next days or weeks or if they go for a different manager. For Bayern, money will not be an issue after this agreement on Anthony Barry.”

    This development is a positive one for all parties involved, as they have been able to compromise to help each other out. Bayern Munich has allowed Anthony Barry to leave for Chelsea, and, in turn, the Premier League club is now able to pursue Nagelsmann without any major obstacles.

    It remains to be seen whether or not Chelsea will choose to go down this path and hire Nagelsmann as their new manager. However, with Bayern Munich reportedly not standing in their way, it wouldn’t be surprising if the German coach is named as the new Chelsea boss in the coming weeks.

    Julian Nagelsmann is widely regarded as one of the most promising young managers in European football. At just 35 years of age, he has already established himself as a top-class coach, leading RB Leipzig to the semi-finals of the Champions League last season. He has also won the DFB-Pokal with RB Leipzig and the DFL-Supercup with Bayern Munich.

    If Chelsea do decide to pursue Nagelsmann, they will be getting a manager with a proven track record of success at a young age. It remains to be seen how the situation will unfold, but it is clear that Chelsea now have a clear path to hiring the German coach.

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