Stamford Bridge Return? Chelsea ‘Have Made Move’ To Hire 41-year Old Manager to Replace Pochettino

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Chelsea have made contact with someone they feel could replace Mauricio Pochettino, it has been claimed in the media.

Pochettino is a man that is attracting all the wrong kind of headlines as he may not even get his Chelsea side back into a European place after a very disappointing season back in the Premier League.

That led to alot of speculation in the media that the likes of Roberto Di Zerbi, Ruben Amorim and even Zinedine Zidane could be the next man in to try and take CHELSEA forward in the coming seasons.

However – Thiago Motta is reportedly admired at the club, with him working wonders in Serie A as the manager of Bologna.

Reports has now claimed that the Blues have actually reached out to the former midfielder, as they seemingly prepare to get rid of their current boss once the season is finally over.

However – the report has also claimed that Motta has no intention on leaving Bologna at this stage of his career.

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It almost seemed inevitable that Pochettino would get the sack at the end of the season – it has not gone to plan for him at Chelsea and he hasnt got the backing from the board that he would surely have liked.

Motts is a name that is quite surprising to be linked with a move to Chelsea, but he is doing pretty well at Bologna and will be courted by the big clubs in the coming seasons.

We just dont see him as the man to get CHELSEA back in the hunt for that Premier League title over the next couple of season with the squad that the Blues have.

It is an interesting one because Chelsea are one of the biggest clubs in the game – but have a weird transfer policy.


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