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Thiago Silva has already warned Chelsea about Thomas Tuchel becoming next manager

Chelsea’s Thiago Silva has hinted at a potential conflict with Thomas Tuchel when he played under the German at Paris Saint Germain.

Tuchel who is the favourite to take over at Chelsea following the club’s sacking of Frank Lampard, previously managed Silva in Paris until the Brazlian’s move to London last summer.

Despite winning back-to-back Ligue 1 titles and reaching the Champions League final last season, Tuchel was sacked by the French club after a poor start to the current campaign.

Reports suggest disagreements behind-the-scenes between the manager and the club’s Sporting Director Leonadro also contributed to his departure, despite a 4-0 win in his final match against Strasbourg.

Silva believes the writing was on the wall when he was still at the club last year.

Silva has hinted that things weren’t always harmonious with Tuchel. (Photo by Vincent Michel/Icon Sport via Getty Images)

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“It’s difficult but it was predictable that this was going to happen,” he told French broadcaster RMC Sport .

“Not now, but being inside, we knew there were situations that had to be changed.

“In my opinion, Leonardo took the situation in hand, he made his choice.

“We do not know if it was good, it was not at all for Tuchel and his staff, especially after the match (4-0 defeat of Strasbourg).”

Thomas Tuchel was sacked despite two league titles with PSG. (Photo by FRANCK FIFE / AFP) (Photo by FRANCK FIFE/AFP via Getty Images)

Tuchel reportedly fell out with PSG Sporting Director Leonardo. (Photo by Alexandre Dimou/Icon Sport via Getty Images)

Tuchel and Silva could be reunited at Stamford Bridge following Lampard’s departure after just 18 months in charge of the Blues.

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