Chelsea next manager odds: Jose Mourinho among candidates to replace Mauricio Pochettino
Posted by  badge Boss on Feb 05
Jose Mourinho is available after being sacked by Roma last month (Getty)

is among the favourites to become ’s next manager as the pressure continues to mount on .

Chelsea’s 4-2 defeat at home to Wolves on Sunday was the team’s 10th loss in the this season, while the result has left Pochettino’s side 11th in the table and closer to the relegation zone than fourth place.

Chelsea’s players were booed off the pitch at half time and full time, .

Pochettino faced further questions about his long-term future at Chelsea after his side’s loss on Sunday .

Following increased speculation over Pochettino’s position, have provided the latest odds on who could replace the Argentine as Chelsea manager.

Mauricio Pochettino is under further pressure after Chelsea’s 10th defeat in the Premier League on Sunday (PA)

Girona head coach Michel Sanchez has been listed at the early favourite at 6/4, with his side currently sitting two points behind Real Madrid in La Liga.

Brighton manager Roberto De Zerbi, , is second-favourite at 3/1 to replace Pochettino.

Mourinho could potentially be open to a third stint as Chelsea manager as he is currently available . The 61-year-old is 4/1 to be Pochettino’s successor.


Michel Sanchez – 6/4
Roberto De Zerbi – 3/1
Jose Mourinho – 4/1
Xabi Alonso – 5/1
Zinedine Zidane – 6/1
Xavi Hernandez – 8/1
Ruben Amorim – 10/1

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Xabi Alonso is likely to be a difficult option for Chelsea’s hierarchy given that he is currently leading Bayer Leverkusen’s Bundesliga title charge and his side are two points ahead of Bayern Munich. The former Liverpool and Real Madrid midfielder is priced at 5/1 to make the move to Stamford Bridge.

Zinedine Zidane is priced at 6/1 and represents another immediate option for Chelsea as he remains available after leaving Real Madrid in May 2021.

and is 8/1 to take the hotseat at Chelsea after Pochettino.

last year and the 39-year-old is 10/1 to take charge at Stamford Bridge.

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