Chelsea could go back to the market in the next few months not to look for players, but to look for new competent managers who can take on the high Pressure job. At the moment, the likes of Mauricio Pochettino, Zinedine Zidane, Roberto Martinez are currently free agents who could easily take up the job if Potter gets sacked. One manager who was however highly recommended by the fans for the high profile assignment is Diego Simeone.
“I am not going to leave this club, No. We are currently having a rough patch in the league run but everything will soon fall into place. The players are working overtime to make up for lost points and I assure you that there is nothing we can’t solve with just a few days of training. The wins will return,” defended the Atletico manager.
Screenshot: Diego Simeone has insisted that he has no plans of leaving Atletico Madrid
A number of fans had mentioned online that Simeone would be the perfect manager to take over the club. According to them, the Argentine has a lot of experience in managing high maintenance systems like he has done with Atletico Madrid and his brilliant record in the Champions League makes him an even more appealing prospect for the job. However, he has made it quite clear that he is not leaving Atletico Madrid.
Chelsea players celebrating after scoring a goal. (Image: Courtesy of Google)
Chelsea have a lot of good players at the moment but many of them are not available because they are either injured or suspended. Potter will fumble a lot when all players are fit to play because he will have trouble choosing the best combination in both attack and defense. Also, Chelsea are only limited to 25 players according to PL rules to play in the Premier League, which means that a few individuals will leave in the summer.
Graham Potter is still under pressure despite latest win. (Image: Courtesy of Google)
Diego Simeone is just among the many candidates that have been considered discussed as alternatives Incase Potter leaves. In my opinion however, I think Chelsea should strive for Mauricio Pochettino who is well adept with the Premier League.
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