The European football season has finally come to an end, and although this is usually a time we see players making moves, many clubs also change their managers. Today, we've got news regarding Thomas Tuchel, Marco Silva and Luciano Spalletti.
Tuchel Parts Ways With Dortmund
Thomas Tuchel parted ways with Bundesliga outfit Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday. It is believed that the manager's strained relationship with the club's hierarchy was the reason for him leaving. The 43-year-old confirmed the news via his personal Twitter account, as did the club itself.
"Thank you to all fans, the team, all Dortmund staff as well as everyone else, who supported us. I wish Borussia Dortmund all the best. TT," the tweet, translated from German, reads.
Former Hull City Boss Named Watford's New Manager
Premier League strugglers Watford have hired Portuguese manager Marco Silva as their new boss for next season. Silva, who failed to keep Hull City in the English top flight, has showed a lot of promise since arriving in the EPL in January. The former Tigers coach has been offered a two-year contract with an option to extend.
Spalletti Leaves Roma After Successful Season
Italian manager Luciano Spalletti has left his position as Roma's head coach after a record-breaking campaign in Rome. Spalletti guided the Wolves to second place in Serie A this season, four points off eventual winners Juventus. It is believed that Inter Milan is the 58-year-old's next destination.
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