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Chelsea News: Mauricio Pochettino favourite to replace Graham Potter

Former Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino is favourite to take the reins at Stamford Bridge

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Chelsea News: Mauricio Pochettino favourite to replace Graham Potter


Chelsea’s goal-less draw at home to neighbours Fulham last week did little to ease the pressure on under-fire boss Graham Potter and he remains one of the favourites to become the next managerial casualty in the Premier League.


Future in doubt

Graham Potter’s future at Stamford Bridge is very much in doubt following a string of underwhelming performances and disappointing results. The Blues currently sit in ninth position in the Premier League table and a Champions League berth is increasingly looking to be out of their reach.


More than willing

Should the West London club decide to part company with manager Graham Potter, former Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino has made it clear that he would be more than willing to take the reins. The Argentinian has been out of work since being dismissed by Paris Saint-Germain in July 2022 and with Potter struggling to turn things around at Stamford Bridge following the sacking of Thomas Tuchel, Pochettino could soon be back in work.


Open the door

Chelsea are in Premier League action on Saturday afternoon when they travel across London to face West Ham United, while they are in Champions league action just four days later when they face Borussia Dortmund in the first knockout round in Germany. Failure to take anything from these games will almost certainly spell the end as far as Potter’s time with the club is concerned and this would open the door for Pochettino to make his welcome entry.


Next Chelsea Manager Best Odds


6/5  –  Mauricio Pochettino

9/1  –  Brendan Rodgers

12/1 –  Diego Simeone

12/1 –  Zinedine Zidane

14/1 –  Thomas Tuchel

16/1 –  Jose Mourinho

20/1 –  Carlo Ancelotti

25/1 –  Frank Lampard

25/1 –  Didier Deschamps

25/1 –  Ange Postecoglou

25/1 –  Thomas Frank

40/1 –  Julian Nagelsmann

40/1 –  Kjetil Knutsen

50/1 –  John Terry

66/1 –  Roberto De Zerbi



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