FA Cup Champions, Chelsea have concluded plans to replace their current manager, Maurizio Sarri with one of their former managers.
TheEcho recalls that Sarri is yet to spend a season at the West London club but has come under increasing pressure due to the side’s recent disappointing outings.
According to the Telegraph, Chelsea authorities have penned down Steve Holland, England assistant ‘coach’ as the person to take over from Sarri for the rest of the current campaign if the Italian is later shown the exit door.
The newspaper also reports that the Blues are might send an ‘SOS’ to Holland in the coming days as a way of salvaging the remainder of the current campaign.
TheEcho recalls that Holland was part of the coaching crew at Stamford Bridge under Guus Hiddink, Jose Mourinho, Roberto Di Matteo, Andre Villas-Boas and Rafael Benitez.
The next daunting task before the Blues is to win the Carabao Cup final at Wembley when they face Manchester City on Sunday.