Chelsea is considering replacing manager Graham Potter with a more high-profile name, Hansi Flick!
Since the takeover of Chelsea by businessman Todd Boehly, the club has spent a lot of money on the transfer market with a total of around 600 million dollars. However, the performance of Potter’s team has not met the expectations of the True Blues and the American owners.
Chelsea has dropped to 10th place in the Premier League table due to Potter’s unshaped play. In addition, the team has been eliminated from both the FA Cup and Carabao Cup. If they continue to disappoint and stop at the Champions League, it is possible that Potter will be fired at the end of this season.
In this context, journalist Christian Falk has revealed that Chairman Boehly is considering replacing Potter with a more high-profile manager, with Hansi Flick being a leading candidate. Flick won numerous titles at Bayern Munich before being appointed as the head coach of the German national team.
With his tactical ability, he is considered a “world-class” coach. However, Flick’s current contract with the German team expires at the end of Euro 2024, and the 57-year-old strategist is currently earning $7.08 million a year, equivalent to 121,000 pounds a week. Whether Flick will accept to leave Die Mannschaft’s coaching position to lead Chelsea or not is still an unanswered question.
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