As the pressure continues to pile up on Chelsea's gaffer, it is no news that Chelsea might end up throwing their weight around again to bring in a manager to replace the English manager. As Luis Enrique is no longer on the shortlist to be the new coach for the Brazil team he could be in the pole position to last the Chelsea job if Potter is to be sacked by his current employers. The fact that the Confederaçao have decided to wait until July, when the European season ends before making a choice on who would at the helm of affairs for the Samba boys meant that the Spanish coach went from being a priority target to being a disposable option.
Lucho, as he is known by some, therefore, can focus on other lucrative options, some of which are as appealing as that of the Seleçao. One place that may be vacant soon is that at the Stamford Bridge, Chelsea, who are struggling in the Premier League and are en-route to missing out on European competition next season, despite the squad the management has assembled in the January transfer window and due to their poor performances after much recruitment, Coach Graham Potter is under immense pressure to succeed.
Going to Stamford Bridge can be a perfect fit for the former Barça gaffer who, despite the fact that he didn't do well with the Spanish team at the World Cup in Qatar, keeps his international resumé in good light, despite what the Spanish media may think.
Zidane, who was also on the CBF's list because of his friendship with Ronaldo 'Fenómeno', who wants to put his fame into effect as he looks to influence the appointment of a new coach for Brazil, is also in line for the managerial spot for the Blues should Graham Potter be sacked
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