Chelsea shortlists four names as pressure on Graham Potter mounts

London: Chelsea has shortlisted four managerial candidates to replace current manager Graham Potter as they decide to give him the sack.

The first on the list is Mauricio Pochettino, the former coach of PSG. Pochettino is currently without a team, and his experience and success with PSG could make him an excellent choice for Chelsea.

Another name being considered by Chelsea is Luis Enrique, the former coach of Barcelona and the Spanish national team. Enrique has a strong track record of success, and his experience working with top-tier talent could make him a great fit for Chelsea’s star-studded lineup.

Zinedine Zidane, the former coach of Real Madrid, is also reportedly being considered for the job. Zidane has won multiple Champions League titles and has a proven track record of success in Europe. He knows how to manage big names in a squad.

Chelsea shortlisted four managerial candidates to replace Graham Potter. Luis Enrique is an interesting option for Chelsea.
Finally, Chelsea is also reportedly considering Diego Simeone, the coach of Atletico Madrid. Simeone is known for his defensive tactical prowess and his ability to get the most out of his player. He might not be the right fit for the kind of players we have, though.

Chelsea must act quickly to find a replacement for Potter if they decide to get rid of him. The team is currently sitting in 10th place in the Premier League, and unless they can turn things around quickly, they risk missing out on a place in next year’s Champions League.

All four managerial candidates come with their own positives and negatives. However, they are interesting options for Chelsea. Let’s see who they narrow down upon.

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