Chelsea are thinking about sacking Maurizio Sarri for the duration of the international break, soon after the Blues suffered a shock two- defeat to Everton in the Premier League on Sunday.
Objectives from Richarlison and Gylfi Sigurdsson consigned Chelsea to however a further away defeat this calendar year, and saw them remain 3 points off fourth-placed Arsenal in the race to finish in the prime 4 this season.
Immediately after currently becoming beneath intense stress in current weeks, specifically in the aftermath of the six- thrashing to Manchester City and then the debacle more than Kepa Arrizabalaga in the Carabao Cup final, the Daily Express
The report adds that with the Blues not due to play once again till 31 March when they take on Cardiff, owner Roman Abramovich would have just about two weeks to bring in a replacement and prepare the team in time for the subsequent fixture.
With a transfer ban in location at Stamford Bridge, the Express claim that a lot of of European football’s most significant managers may perhaps be reluctant to take charge, top to existing assistant manager Gianfranco Zola becoming an early front-runner for the job.
In spite of a dominant very first-half efficiency, Chelsea slipped to a surprising defeat at Goodison Park, with Sarri admitting that his side’s mentality was once again a result in for concern.
He stated, as quoted by The Sun: “I do not know and the players do not know what occurred in the second half.
“I can not clarify it. We played the greatest very first half in the season and we could have scored 4 or 5 and then abruptly we stopped playing.
“The dilemma was mental on the pitch, so the technique and the techniques are not critical.”