SHOCKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, Chelsea are on the hunt for a new manager after parting ways with Mauricio Pochettino and one of the best coach currently agrees to accept job after positive talks with blues board. According to respected journalist Fabrizio Romano, Amorim has spoken with Chelsea and is very interested in taking the job at Stamford Bridge. Title-winning coach ready to accept job after positive talks with Blues board.


Chelsea are determined to swiftly appoint a new manager to replace Mauricio Pochettino. Following Pochettino’s departure earlier this week, the club has considered several candidates, including Enzo Maresca, Kieran McKenna, and Thomas Frank.

Brighton’s recent parting with Roberto De Zerbi, just days before Pochettino’s exit, has led the Seagulls to target similar managerial prospects. This overlap has opened the door for Chelsea to consider another former Brighton coach.

Initially, Sebastian Hoeness and Girona’s Michel were also in the running, but both have since been ruled out. Consequently, Chelsea’s shortlist now includes the three initial candidates and one additional ‘mystery’ option.

Speculation around the mystery candidate has pointed to Jose Mourinho and Thomas Tuchel, both of whom have had successful stints at Chelsea, with Tuchel winning the Champions League. However, Sporting CP’s Ruben Amorim is considered a more likely contender. Having recently won the Portuguese league title, Amorim, a young coach known for his possession-based style, aligns well with Chelsea’s vision for their next manager.

Among the confirmed candidates, Maresca and McKenna have expressed interest in the position. McKenna, however, is also being courted by Brighton and Manchester United. Meanwhile, Leicester City’s current manager is reportedly very enthusiastic about succeeding Pochettino.

Significant progress in Chelsea’s search for a new manager is expected soon. According to London World’s Rahman Osman, the club is likely to reveal their choice within the next 48 hours, indicating that Todd Boehly and the Chelsea board are close to making a pivotal decision regarding the future leadership at Stamford Bridge.

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