SHOCKING NEWS:Coming from Fabrizio Romano, Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino finds himself in grave danger of the sack following a 4-2 Premier League loss against Wolves on Sunday. Chelsea are lining up for one of the best coach currently, as a potential replacement to Pochettino and is wanted immediately by todd Boehly. According to reports Pochettino may no longer be incharge by the end of today, after much from the fans and board members.


Chelsea finds themselves in a precarious position in the Premier League, having slipped into the lower half of the standings, trailing Wolves by one point and having experienced more losses than wins this season. The recent 4-2 defeat against Wolves has intensified the pressure on manager Mauricio Pochettino, who is now facing the risk of being sacked, a mere six months after taking charge.

The match initially hinted at a brighter afternoon for Chelsea when Cole Palmer opened the scoring early on. However, defensive capitulation ensued, with Matheus Cunha securing a hat-trick and Axel Disasi deflecting a Rayan Ait Nouri shot into his own goal, resulting in a stunning loss for the Blues.

The nature of this defeat has escalated the existing tension over Pochettino’s position, with the Argentine acknowledging the pressure, stating, “We are feeling the pressure at the moment, we are not matching the history of the club, that is true.”

Reports from French outlet Sports Zone suggest that Chelsea is considering Xabi Alonso, the current Bayer Leverkusen boss, as a potential replacement for Pochettino. There is purported interest in securing Alonso immediately, but owner Todd Boehly is cautious about making a hasty decision.

Xabi Alonso has been previously earmarked by many as a likely successor to Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool, a club Chelsea is set to face in the League Cup final later this month. However, the prospect of Alonso moving to Stamford Bridge seems unlikely at this stage. Leverkusen currently tops the Bundesliga, and Alonso, content with his current role, may not be in a hurry to leave Germany. There are even suggestions that he might not take the Liverpool job this summer due to his satisfaction with his current situation.

The odds for Alonso becoming Chelsea’s next manager stand at 5/1, but there are several other possibilities in contention. Michel Sanchez of Girona is the current favorite at 7/5, followed by Jose Mourinho at 5/2, sparking potential for a sensational return to the club. Barcelona’s Xavi, set to step down from his post in the summer, is priced at 3/1, while Roberto De Zerbi of Brighton follows at 9/2.

Thomas Frank of Brentford is at 6/1, with Zinedine Zidane (9/1), Ruben Amorim (12/1), and Rob Edwards (16/1) positioned as outsiders in the race for the managerial role at Chelsea. The club faces a critical decision in navigating through this challenging period, and the potential replacement for Pochettino remains uncertain amidst various speculations and odds.

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