RB Leipzig fired incoming Chelsea technical director Christopher Vivell over a lack of trust, says the club’s chief executive Oliver Mintzlaff.Infomation Guide Nigeria
Vivell was last month made a key target of new co-owner Todd Boehly to replace Petr Cech, who left the club over the summer.
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Standard Sport understands Vivell last week agreed to move to Stamford Bridge, before a shock announcement from Leipzig that he had been sacked, the reason for which given being “due to differences of opinion.”
Mintzlaff has now elaborated on Vivell’s sacking, saying a loss of trust meant the relationship was untenable.
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“We already know that Chelsea likes what we do but I cannot comment. I don’t know of any talks.
“Chris has certainly done a great job over the last two years, but in the end, things didn’t fit anymore. If the trust is no longer there in football, co-operation no longer makes sense.
“That is why we released him. We made this decision with full conviction.”Jamb Result
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