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Ruben Amorim: Sporting Lisbon Gaffer Refuses To Rule Out Premier League Switch

Written By Albert Echatah

Ruben Amorim, the manager of Sporting Lisbon has declined to deny rumours that he has discussed taking over as Chelsea’s manager in place of Mauricio Pochettino.


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Amorim has been in the news lately due to his association with three Premier League management positions. Before Feyenoord’s Arne Slot became the clear favourite to replace Jurgen Klopp at Anfield, the 39-year-old was thought to be a target for Liverpool.

Amorim apologised in public to Sporting supporters for travelling to London while the team was just about to win Primeira Liga, following reports that he had taken a plane to London to meet with the Hammers.

Subsequent rumours stated that Amorim’s trip to the English capital to negotiate with Chelsea was funded by Chelsea, not West Ham.

Since then, the Blues have refuted rumours that they discussed the possibility of Pochettino’s replacement with Amorim. Pochettino’s job has been under criticism lately.

Amorim has declined to deny the possibility that he spoke with Chelsea, but he has not revealed the purpose of his visit to London.

Regarding the rumours, Amorim responded to reporters by saying: “Everything that needs to be said has already been said. You’ve already created your theories. I don’t have any problems. You stick with your ideas. I’m not going to say why [I went to London].

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Meanwhile…

According to reports, Premier League clubs have approved the introduction of a development plan that will curb spending beginning with the 2025–2026 season.

The spending cap proposals were approved by 16 teams, and their goal is to keep the gap between the Premier League’s lower-half teams and its financial titans from growing.

Nevertheless, a report from BBC Sport claims that three teams vying for European football—Manchester United, Manchester City, and Aston Villa—are thought to have voted against the proposal.

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