The current form of the Blues was been miserable. The players have been showing no signs of progress as well. This isn’t just limited to the players but the manager too has been suffering through the horrendous scenario.
Currently, 15th in the league, the manager faces a tough time as the sacking news are up already. Mourinho could face the sacking soon says the media but the boss seems confident regardless of the public opinion. It is believed that if Mourinho exits from London, he could possibly land at Madrid for the managerial job, though that doesn’t really sound legitimate but rumours claim so.
Coming to who could possibly replace Mourinho if he faces the sack, the list includes the names of Carlo Ancelotti, Pep Guardiola (if he leaves Bayern at the end of the season, Andreas Villas Boas (you never know!) or even Brendon Rodgers but that’s highly unlikely to happen. Amongst all this, former Blue, Gianfranco Zola expressed his wish to manage Chelsea.
In an interview with Sky Sports, he said, “My dream, let us say my ambition, is to be Chelsea manager some day in the future,”
“However, I realise that I need to improve as a manager if I want to get there. And I am working hard to achieve my goal. Qatar is helping me a lot in this regard.”
Zola currently manages Al Qatari club where he wants Terry to join him. The 49 year old Italiannetted 67 goals in 274 appearances for the Londoners between 1996-2003, winning two FA Cups, the League Cup and the European Cup Winners’ Cup.