Chelsea coach, Thomas Tuchel has bared his mind on the difference between coaching his former club PSG and the Stamford Bridge giants.
The German progressed from being fired at Paris Saint-Germain to clinching the Champions League for Chelsea in the same season in a remarkable twist of turn.
And at Chelsea, Tuchel has experienced a quite different environment in London compared to the one he had in his stint at the French capital. The former Dortmund gaffer opened up on this while appearing at the Festival dello Sport.
The event was organised by La Gazzetta dello Sport with some remarkable quotes being published by the newspaper's Sportsweek magazine.
One of such is quoted to Thomas Tuchel. According to the German, "It is easier coaching Lukaku than Neymar or Mbappe," he revealed.
The champions league defending coach said further, "At PSG, the feeling was that i was the minister for sport. I had to manage family members and friends of the stars as well. I work much more calmly at Chelsea," he said.
Tuchel led his wards to a comprehensive 7:0 victory over Norwich City on Saturday in the absence of his Belgian forward, Romelu Lukaku, with Three Lions forward, Mason Mount scoring an hat-trick.