Thomas Tuchel is aiming a Champions League glory with Chelsea
Chelsea’s new manager Thomas Tuchel is aiming to bring trophies to the club and is adamant the club’s culture requires him to fulfil that ambition.
The Blues have not lifted a trophy since their 2019 Europa League glory under then manager Maurizo Sarri, however, they still remain in contention for silverware this season, with the Champions League and FA Cup up for grab.
Tuchel side will look to book a place in the last four of the Champions League when they host Porto in the second leg of their quarter-final tie. Moreover a battle against Manchester City could also earn them a place in the FA Cup final on Saturday.
“We are in the second leg of the quarter-final of the Champions League, you will not find any team who does not have the goal to reach the semi-final. We also have the chance to appear in the final of the FA Cup when we play the semis.”
“There is nothing to hide. This is a club that has culture and a structure to win titles and win games consecutively. Chelsea is the club that has the culture, history and mentality to do so.”
“I am here to win games and titles. This is what I demanded of myself so why should we now say anything different? If you want to win in five years or three years, I don’t know what that is.” Tuchel added.
A win against Man City on Saturday in the FA Cup would send the Blues into the final stage, where they could face either Leicester City or Southampton.