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Chelsea ‘Add New Name To Manager Shortlist’ In Case They Sack Mauricio Pochettino – Report

Written By Albert Echatah

Amidst uncertainty surrounding Mauricio Pochettino’s future, Chelsea has reportedly joined Premier League rivals Manchester United in the hunt to acquire a highly-rated Championship head coach.


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The Argentine’s first season leading the Blues has been uneventful; at first, his team failed to rise beyond mid-table obscurity, but in February, they advanced to the 2023–24 EFL Cup final.

However, Pochettino’s wait for his first major award in English football was made longer by a 1-0 loss to an injured Liverpool, and the Blues have also had their fair share of disappointing Premier League performances.

Pochettino’s chances of staying at Chelsea have improved as a result of the team’s ascent from mediocrity, but The Guardian claims that club executives are still unsure about whether to keep the Argentine on staff.

According to the report, Kieran McKenna of Ipswich Town, who is 38 years old and recently accomplished incredible back-to-back promotions with the club, is being closely watched by the Blues despite the uncertainty.

Although McKenna was formerly worked by Manchester United as a youth coach and is expected to be a top contender at Stamford Bridge, it is said that his performance has attracted the attention of the club, which may fire Erik ten Hag at the end of the current campaign.

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Meanwhile…

According to reports, Chelsea and the highly regarded Brazilian adolescent have verbally agreed to sign in the summer of 2025.

After Endrick’s meteoric rise at Palmeiras, which resulted in the attacker’s impending transfer to Real Madrid, Estevao Willian, 17, has become the most recent bright young talent to join the Brazilian team.

The 2007-born prodigy has established himself worldwide and made 17 senior appearances for Palmeiras in all competitions, scoring three goals and dishing out one assist.

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