Chelsea FC, the former Premier League champions, are going through a bad time this season after being on the edge of playing in the Europa League next season instead of the Champions League football after the bad results this season in the Premier League and other domestic and European competitions. However, a major manager change has been confirmed and the new manager name is revealed.
Chelsea were the best Premier League team last season and one of the best teams in Europe and in the world under their Italian manager, Antonio Conte, who was one of the best managers in the world and in the Premier League last season where his tactics where revolutionary and influenced many managers to change their tactics and play three defenders in the back, but this season everything seems different at the Stamford Bridge where the Italian manager, Antonio Conte, is going through a terrible time and he is expected to get sacked at the end of this season.
According to several sources such as Kooora and the British news sources, the Mirrors, Chelsea’s owner, Roman Abramovich, has decided to let the Italian manager go at the end of this season after the issues between them and the bad results, and the new manager for Chelsea is almost confirmed, where it will be another Italian from the Serie A.
The next manager is expected to be the Italian manager, Maurizio Sarri, from he Italian giant, Napoli FC, who grabbed the attention of several world-class clubs such as Arsenal FC, Barcelona FC, Manchester United, and others due to his tactics and way of managing the game, and Chelsea seem the club that will be able to sign with the Italian manager.
Aurelio De Laurentiis was asked by a Journalist whether Maurizio Sarri’s contract may get terminated and he said:” For sure, but let’s sit together first and face each other and see what we have to do and find a good solution for both of us.
This comes as an official confirmation from Napoli that their manager may leave in the summer, and Chelsea FC are reported to be the club that is going to sign the world-class Italian manager.
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