Former Borussia Dortmund manager Thomas Tuchel has been without a job since the German club sacked him last May and the 44-year-old has been tipped to join a Premier League club during the summer.

Recent reports have also suggested that Tuchel rejected an offer to manage Bayern Munich next season claiming that he wants to try management in a different league.

London clubs Chelsea and Arsenal have both been favourites to land the former Dortmund boss with the Gunners that tad bit ahead of the Blues.

Now though it seems that PSG are all set to beat the Premier League outfits by trying to bring Thomas Tuchel on board during the summer.

PSG had another disappointing season under Unai Emery after they were knocked out of the Champions League by Real Madrid. And the manager like Antonio Conte and Arsene Wenger is also expected to leave his club at the end of the season.

French outlet L’Équipe are reporting that PSG Chairman, Nasser Al-Khelaifi has made Thomas Tuchel his top priority and will be making a move for the 44-year-old.

Rumours had suggested that the Ligue 1 outfit were thinking of bringing Arsene Wenger to the club in the hopes that his vast experience will help the club win the Champions League but now it seems that PSG have made up their mind to go after Tuchel.

Chelsea should not have a bit problem with this bit of news as they still have the options of Luis Enrique who according to multiple sources has already entered advanced talks with the Blues.

But if this bit of news from L’Equipe holds any truth then it is a big headache for Arsenal. The Gunners were leading the line to bring Thomas Tuchel on board but now with PSG coming into the picture, Arsenal will have to look at other potential options.

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