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Mourinho and Tuchel not being considered to replace Mauricio Pochettino

The pressure continues to increase on Chelsea employer Mauricio Pochettino following the Blues’ draw with Burnley on Saturday and it is thought that Jose Mourinho and Thomas Tuchel are not in the going to change the Argentine coach at Stamford Bridge. 

The West London club have actually been experiencing another bad season as Pochettino has actually stopped working to turn Chelsea’s young team into some sort of group.

That struck a brand-new short on Saturday as relegation-threatened Burnley handled to come far from Stamford Bridge with a point regardless of being down to 10 males.

Chelsea fans have actually not enjoyed with their Pochettino however the Blues coach will not be evaluated till completion of the season states Ben Jacobs in his most current special column for CaughtOffside. 

The transfer professional has actually likewise mentioned that Chelsea are taking a look at their alternatives however previous supervisors Jose Mourinho and Thomas Tuchel are not in the running for the task at present.

Mauricio Pochettino is under pressure at Chelsea

Jose Mourinho and Thomas Tuchel are not in the going to change Mauricio Pochettino

“We hear a lot of names linked with replacing Pochettino, particularly Roberto De Zerbi, Ruben Amorim and Hansi Flick; whilst some fans are dreaming of a Jose Mourinho or Thomas Tuchel return, although it’s not thought either are being considered despite the obvious short-term PR win,” Jacobs stated.

“No candidate is actually being seriously pursued to date, and Chelsea sources insist in particular that De Zerbi is not on the radar as it stands.

“Chelsea are merely succession planning, much like Manchester United. This is normal when a change might be necessary and is something the club likely started on day one of Pochettino arriving given his contract is short.

“Succession planning should not be confused with formally interviewing others or starting to replace Pochettino. You can both look at options to avoid managerial limbo and still want to make it work with your manager, and that’s kind of where Chelsea are at.”


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