Mauricio Pochettino is prepared to replace Graham Potter as Chelsea’s manager if that happens.
If Chelsea decides to fire Graham Potter due to a poor run of performances, the former Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is likely to be take the job.
A record of six losses in their last nine games across all competitions has put Potter under increasing pressure at Stamford Bridge.
Following losses to Manchester City, Chelsea now sits in 10th place in the Premier League and is also out from both domestic cup competitions.
Should Chelsea elect to fire Potter, Pochettino would be open to taking over as manager.
The club’s owners are reportedly willing to give Potter more time to oversee a turnaround in results, but a terrible performance against Fulham could make them rethink their decision.
Since departing PSG at the end of the previous campaign after guiding the French powerhouse to the Ligue 1 championship, Pochettino has been without a job.
The Argentine’s experience with Tottenham, where he guided the North London team to the Champions League final and back-to-back title campaigns, continues to be his most well-known accomplishment in England.
More about Potter
Chelsea made Potter a choice after sakcing Thomas Tuchel. But Potter is under pressure despite receiving a five-year deal in September due to the team’s poor performances.
The Todd Boehly/Clearlake Capital partnership chose Potter to succeed Thomas Tuchel because they believed the former Brighton manager to be the manager who was most in line with their short- and long-term goals.
The 47-year-old has only been in command for four months, during which time there was an unusual hiatus for the World Cup in the middle of the season.
Following Sunday’s 4-0 FA Cup loss to Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium, pressure has increased.
There are allegedly questions about some of his stars’ readiness to follow his orders.
Potter communicates often with Chelsea’s owners, who reportedly highlighted that the initiative under the current management is a long-term one and that they understand it would take time to restore the club.
The Chelsea management feels sympathetic to Potter’s injury crisis, which has left 10 senior players out of the team’s defeat to Man City.
bit.ly/3Fq8acT ( ENGLISH )
bit.ly/3HRdB75 ( NEPALI )
Promo Code : NPSports
Get 100 % bonus on your first