Chelsea have made it known that Thomas Tuchel will only get a contract extension if he is able to keep the Blues in the UEFA Champions League after signing an 18 months deal following Frank Lampard sacking.
The German International was appointed to take over the managerial role on a short basis with them looking to see if the former Paris Saint-Germain handler can prove himself good enough to get a new deal beyond the 18 month deal.
Chelsea will be looking at the possibility of extending Thomas Tuchel contract if only he can keep the team in the UEFA Champions League which they are currently 8th on the table so far.
Since his taking over the Blues have managed a draw against Wolverhampton Wanderers and a 2-0 win against Burnley which he approached both games with a different formation and players.
Cesar Azpilicueta seems to be back on the first eleven which Frank Lampard dropped him for Reece James who on the other hand has been impressive so far from last season till date.
Thomas Tuchel must keep Chelsea in the Champions League in order to earn a contract extension beyond his current deal which is just 18 months, according to reports from the Daily Mail.
The German has been handed an 18-month deal at Stamford Bridge and must prove himself deserving of fresh terms beyond that point which has been the case that was recently revealed.