Published: Sun, June 03, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Chelsea step up manager hunt, club wants Zidane at Stamford Bridge

Chelsea step up manager hunt, club wants Zidane at Stamford Bridge

There is still a lot of speculation regarding whether Antonio Conte will remain at Stamford Bride or not after a rather unpleasant second season in charge of the club.

After winning the title last season, the Blues finished 30 points adrift of champions Man City this time around and were eliminated by Barcelona in the last 16 of the Champions League, with their campaign salvaged following a 1-0 win over Man United in the FA Cup Final.

Just to add into existing pressure, Chelsea is at an advanced stage to sell their first choice goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and Eden Hazard's apparent desire to leave Chelsea has been noted as a contribution to a chaos like situation in the club.

The Serb also spent two seasons at Chelsea as a player, making a total of 46 appearances.

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"When you don't get that from a manager who comes in and after five minutes decides to make a change, you move on".

The former PSG manager is set to be targeted by Chelsea to handle the managerial duties of the West London club, as Laurent Blanc suddenly emerged to be a serious candidate for the job.

The French national team could be an option after the World Cup, but if he's keen to join the multitude of "Super Gaffers" in the Premier League then Chelsea could be his next port of call, while a vacancy could soon be opening up at Tottenham, with Mauricio Pochettino the new favourite to replace Zidane at the Bernabeu.

According to a report in the Sun, Italian coach Sarri had looked nailed on to take over the Stamford Bridge hotseat from his countryman Antonio Conte.

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