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Chelsea on the lookout for new manager as they look to replace Pochettino

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Chelsea reportedly desires Ruben Amorim as their next manager, according to The Byline. They would eagerly replace the current boss with him.

Mauricio Pochettino faces renewed pressure since his team suffered a heartbreaking defeat in the EFL Cup final.

The only goal from Virgil van Dijk came just minutes from the end of extra time. Thus, it seemed to be the breaking point for as far as a portion of Chelsea fans were concerned about the Argentine.

Chelsea expresses interest in having Amorim as their new manager

Reports since Sunday suggest club executives are actively seeking options to potentially replace Pochettino in the coming weeks or months. One notable candidate is Amorim, enjoying a successful season in Portugal. His notable impact on the game early in his career is evident, earning praise from figures like Mikel Arteta.

At just 39 years old, he’s led his team to triumph in Portugal and is now making waves in Europe. As the club’s dream target, his arrival might align with their interest in a specific player for the upcoming season.

Under Amorim’s guidance in Portugal and Europe, Viktor Gyokeres has accumulated the highest goal involvements this season. With Chelsea reportedly eager to bolster their attack due to consistent missed opportunities, acquiring Gyokeres would undoubtedly enhance their squad at Stamford Bridge.

However, Chelsea needs to consider every possibilities before making the decision. They can’t bottle another season because of their wrong decision-making. As of now, Amorim seems to be a good choice for the Blues.

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