Thomas Tuchel kicks Leroy Sane in the butt and drags him over for conversation on first day at the club [Video]

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Fans have been left amazed after Former Borussia Dortmund manager Thomas Tuchel kicked Leroy Sane in the butt during his first training session at Bayern Munich.

Tuchel then dragged the winger for conversations away from the remaining players in the squad.

Tuchel and Sane had a one-on-one conversation pitch side afterwards

The former Chelsea manager and Sane were seen having a one-on-one conversation by the side of the training pitch as Tuchel looks to implement his philosophy on the Bavarian side. 

And several enthusiasts of football have been sending their thoughts about the incident through social media: 

A fan tweeted: “That’s one way to kickstart his tenure.

Another fan wrote: “He already showing the direction for Sane in the next month. I love it.”

A third comment went this way: “He did not just kick him.”

While a fourth added: “Already kicking a** I see.”

The German International is supposedly presently traveling from England to play for Bayern Munich every week due to the fact that his wife Candice Brooks is not residing in Germany. 

Based on information from German media outlet Bild, his family relocated back to England because Candice does not want to reside in Munich. 

Nevertheless, she has insinuated the reason for her going back to England is primarily because of matters beyond her control.

The German media outlet Bild has asserted that the situation has left Sane having to frequently travel between the three cities. 

Leroy Sane
Leroy Sane

Leroy Sane has been wonderful this campaign as he has netted 13 goals and made 7 assists in his 32 appearances for the side in all competitions. 

Former Paris Saint Germain manager, Thomas Tuchel, was appointed as manager of the German heavyweights after the ouster of Julian Nagelsmann last Friday. 

Tuchel was given a two-and-a-half-year deal by Bayern Munich and he would supposedly pocket home around £10.55 million every season. 

This amount is more than the amount Julian Nagelsmann was presumed to have been receiving as wages, with the former RB Leipzig manager receiving just £7 million per campaign. 

Information concerning the reason for the dismissal of Nagelsmann indicates that he was fired due to issues like “lack of player” development and “negative Sporting development”.

Thomas Tuchel’s attention is on Bayern Munich next Champions League and Bundesliga games

Thomas Tuchel has all eyes set on the duty at hand as Bayern Munich are in the Champions League quarter-finals and they have been the best side this campaign based on statistics. 

Bayern Munich manager, Thomas Tuchel
Bayern Munich manager, Thomas Tuchel

He is also chasing Borussia Dortmund for the top spot in the German Bundesliga with the Black and Yellows one point ahead of the Munich based side. 

Both teams battle on the 1st of April and depending on the outcome for Bayern Munich it could put them ahead or behind Borussia Dortmund as the battle for the league title grows increasingly fascinating. 

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