The four are all set to finally come off the Tottenham payroll if, as expected, the coaching trio join Pochettino in the French capital.
The Tottenham board can breathe a sigh of relief as Mauricio Pochettino has reached an agreement with Paris Saint-Germain to become their new manager.
Tuchel's third season ws overshadowed by a disagreement with PSG sporting director Leonardo over player recruitment.
Sorin, who like Pochettino had a playing stint with PSG, says the incoming head coach has exactly the right profile for the job.
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This brings the total number of cases linked to the Avalon cluster to 104, though six of those cases came from an unknown source. "What you have today is what you will have on December 27", Premier Gladys Berejiklian said in this morning's press conference.
It will mark a reunion between the coach and a side he graced as a player, having tasted UEFA Intertoto Cup success during a two-year stay between 2001 and 2003.
Despite a less than vintage start domestically, Tuchel guided last year's runners-up into the Champions League round of 16 as Group H winners.
The Parisians have never won the Champions League, and their Qatari owners are keen to secure the trophy that would confirm the club's place at Europe's top table.
There have been reports that former Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino is the favorite to replace Tuchel who has left the club at position three in the league after acquiring 35 points in the 17 games played. "Well that's about to change", former England and Spurs striker Gary Lineker tweeted.