Chelsea have gone through a pretty bad season under Antonio Conte and it is more or less certain that the Italian will be stripped from his job.
While the Blues have still not made the announcement of sacking Antonio Conte but its pretty inevitable.
Now the million dollar question is, ‘Who will replace Antonio Conte next season?’
This debate has been going on for several months now and a series of names have popped up every now and then.
At first, it was being hinted that former Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti might reunite with the club but then Italian eventually went on to take the managerial job at Napoli.
Some reports had also suggested that former Barcelona manager Luis Enrique was likely to succeed Antonio Conte, but that too did not materialize.
Now for the past couple of weeks, it is being suggested that former Napoli manager Maurizio Sarri will be the one.
These rumours further caught fire once the Italian stepped down from his position as Napoli manager.
The transfer grapevine in England is more or less certain that it will be Maurizio Sarri who will be given the job of reviving Chelsea.
And this news has further been confirmed by Napoli star Lorenzo Insigne who has now gone onto hint that his former manager will indeed move to Chelsea.
In an interview with Corriere Dello Sport, Insigne said: “If I sit on the Chelsea bench, I will be happy because he did well with Napoli and our football was appreciated by everyone,
“I wish him good luck and I hope he brings his mentality there.”
Sarri was one of the most technically sound managers in the Serie A and his will undoubtedly bring his attacking intent to Stamford Bridge.
But having said that, the Italian is no less a character than Antonio Conte.
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