Chelsea reportedly identify Wolverhampton Wanderers head coach Nuno Espirito Santo and Derby County boss Frank Lampard as potential replacements for Maurizio Sarri.
Chelsea have reportedly identified Nuno Espirito Santo and Frank Lampard as potential replacements for head coach Maurizio Sarri.
Sarri now finds himself under pressure again and according to The Sun, Chelsea have started to put together a shortlist of possible replacements for the Italian.
The report suggests that Wolves boss Nuno has gained admirers behind the scenes at Stamford Bridge with Wolves having taken four points off Chelsea this season.
Chelsea legend Lampard remains an obvious choice for the West Londoners and their supporters, but much could depend on whether the Englishman can gain promotion from the Championship with Derby County in the coming months.
Roman Abramovich will allegedly only consider a change before the end of the campaign if Chelsea are eliminated from the Europa League.
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