As you know, Chelsea are looking for new coaches when coach Maurizio Sarri will almost certainly return to Italy to lead Juventus. In this context, coach Mourinho was again named on the list of candidates for Chelsea's "hot spots."
According to The Sun, Mourinho also considered seriously returning to Chelsea for the third time in his career. In March of last year, "Special People" confirmed that they would return to training in June.
Mourinho said he will work in an ambitious and strategic club. He is waiting for an attractive offer after being fired from MU in December and is currently working temporarily as a beIN SPORTS commentator.
Coach Frank Lampard, who helped Derby County finish the Premier League play-offs (losing to Aston Villa), is also considered a good candidate for Chelsea's "hot spot". He is the former successor of Chelsea and may contain the club locker room. However, Lampard's omission is the element of experience.
In addition, coach Massimiliano Allegri (who has recently been dismissed from Juventus), Erik ten Hag (Ajax), Nuno Espirito Santo (Wolves) and Javi Gracia (Watford) are considered bright candidates for Chelsea's "hot spot". .