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Chelsea close to make Ruben Amorim their new manager

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Due to the poor performance displayed by Chelsea, their fans along with board are unhappy with Mauricio Pochettino. The Blues have failed to win a trophy and even worse than that are currently on 9th position in Premier League. Not only they are going to miss Champions league spot but also seem to miss any European competition. These conditions have made Chelsea to think about parting ways with Pochettino and are heavily linked with Ruben Amorim as his potential replacement.

Chelsea already had a meeting with Ruben Amorim

According to The Chelsea Chronicle, Mauricio Pochettino is likely to be sacked. It is also reported that Chelsea board have already had a meeting with young portugese manager. The 39 year old manager is currently having a very good season with Sporting CP. His tactics have caught an eye of many big clubs and have developed interest in him. Chelsea however are heavily linked with Amorim and already are pushing very hard. They are planning a move for him to stamford bridge. Their London Rivals, West Ham also seem to be keen in making him their new boss. Liverpool also were linked with him few weeks ago. Unfortunately for Liverpool that deal was collapsed and are out of the race.

Ruben Amorim is praised by many and is also considered as best current young manager. His tactics are leading Sporting to win the Portugese league title. Sporting are currently on top of table with 5 points margin. With 3 games remaining, it is Sporting’s title to lose. Amorim is also said to have qualities like former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte. The formation he is currently using is similar to the one Conte used with Chelsea. These generates a belief in Club that Amorim can bring the good old days back to Stamford bridge. So as per now, Chelsea seem to be very much interested in making Amorim their new boss.

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