With 4 wins on the trot, Chelsea seems back on track under new Gaffer Graham Potter.
The 47-year-old arrived at Stamford Bridge after former manager Thomas Tuchel was shockingly sacked by Todd Boehly and co.
The German, who won the Champions League and Club World Cup with Chelsea, was shown the exit door following a 1-0 defeat against Dinamo Zagreb.
The announcement came as a surprise to many as the Chelsea hierarchy had indicated their desire of building a project around Tuchel.
He was also adored by a majority of Blues fans, which made the news even more jarring.
The German bravely led Chelsea through sanction-filled obscurity and was even on the receiving end of questions tackling topics such as humanity and war.
For all his tribulations, fans unanimously felt that the 49-year-old deserved a bit more time, but Todd Boehly thought otherwise.
A few days after being sacked, Tuchel broke his social media hiatus and posted a heartfelt message to Chelsea fans on Twitter.
He remained in London after departing the club for quite some, until yesterday, as he was spotted all the way out in India.
His spot of choice looks to be Kerala, also known as ‘God’s own country’.
It seems the currently out-of-work manager might have possibly come to Kerala to use the state’s exquisite Ayurvedic treatment centres.
Having gone through a divorce and then being sacked at Chelsea could not have been easy to go through for the German.
Known for beaches, vast backwaters and diverse wildlife, Tuchel’s trip will likely be a fulfilling one.
However, the German can still expect to run into Blues fans, something which became apparent as soon as he landed in the country.
Fans caught up with Tuchel at the airport itself and posed for pictures alongside the manager.
He was then spotted in Nattika, Thrissur seated inside a restaurant.
Hopefully, the rest of his trip will remain far more private, as nobody enjoys unwanted attention.
And of course, if he ends up missing the Footy too much, attending a Kerala Blasters game gets our recommendation.