Chelsea and Tottenham are on opposite sides of the league table because their coaches have very different styles of play.
Antonio Conte recently admitted that he is still a Chelsea fan and would consider joining the club if the opportunity arose. Graham Potter is not the type to be under pressure to perform and to make quick transfer decisions.
“Antonio Conte and Graham Potter are polar opposites in every way. Conte is used to working for clubs with large budgets that can get him the player he wants. Potter, on the other hand, is more interested in developing players from the ground up and constantly experimenting on them. I believe in a swap move.
“I believe a manager swap between the two clubs could be very beneficial to both clubs in the summer,” Andy Murray reported.
Aside from Conte, Todd Boehly has a list of free agent managers capable of succeeding Graham Potter in the summer. To name a few, Zinedine Zidane, Mauricio Pochettino, Marcelo Bielsa, and Fernando Santos are all viable candidates for the highly coveted job at Chelsea. The board, on the other hand, believes that sacking Graham Potter this early would be a step backward.
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Jose Mourinho is another former manager who has offered his services. The Portuguese tactician recently admitted that he would relish a final dance with the Blues if Graham Potter is forced to retire.
In the Premier League, there is still some unfinished business. As he approaches retirement, he wants to leave no stone unturned.
The list of managers who could succeed Graham Potter is lengthy, but the board must recognize that there is some potential in the manager that has yet to be realized. Potter simply needs more time to adjust to the system, and everything will be fine. The players believe he can easily succeed at the club.