In this edition we look at the contenders to be the next manager through the seemingly revolving door at Stamford Bridge.
This however is all based on the assumption the Guus Hiddink does not, as expected remain in the post beyond this summer.
There is still a possibility for Hiddink to repeat the success of 2009 and deliver the FA Cup but this will not convince him or the board to extend the current agreement.
Currently in charge of the Italian National team and leading his country into Euro 2016
Conte only signed a short 2 year contract with the Azzurri and is free to leave as soon as Italy’s tournament is over.
Guided Juventus back to the top of Serie A and won 3 successive titles, laid the groundwork for current team before his resignation.
Available and no compensation to be paid.
Chances of being appointed 8/10
The hot tempered Argentine would certainly bring personality to England should he choose to leave Atletico. This may all depend on impending transfer embargo’s and how far Spain’s big two strengthen their position in the coming months.
Would he be excited for further touchline battles with Guardiola and Jose? We say he’d thrive on it.
Although he currently doesn’t speak English and very loved where he is.
Chances of being appointed 7/10
The outgoing City manager has handled himself with superb dignity in the few weeks since his current club decided to publicly announce he is being replaced. Certainly a different style and grace than Mourinho.
A chance of 3 trophies still up for grabs before he leaves, but the blue side of Manchester are generally far from convincing.
Won’t be short of offers but is he the man for the Bridge? No way.
Chances of being appointed 3/10
The 2nd Italian on the shortlist. Allegri has continued Conte’s fine work and taken Juve to the next level. The Champions League runners up of 2015 have just held Guardiola’s mighty Munich to a draw in the 1st leg of this year’s last 16 tie.
Putting together a team containing Pogba, Khedira, Dybala and Morata is something that the Premier League can only dream of at this moment in time.
2 x Serie A titles and 3 Italian cups with 2 different sides shows he has what it takes.
Ultimately though…Would he leave Turin at this moment in time? We don’t think so.
Chances of being appointed 5/10
Currently out of work the former Chile manager is fresh from guiding the host nation to the Copa America. A penalty shootout win over Argentina was Vidal, Sanchez & co’s 1st South American title.
Turmoil with the recently elected President of the Football Federation of Chile led to his surprise resignation.
He does have a similar language barrier to Simeone that he would need to overcome.
He’s also perhaps struggle to command the respect that has seen previous bosses lose their position.
Another who is available and commands no compensation
Chances of being appointed 4/10
All things considered we would love to see Allegri come to Chelsea, He could turn the club back into title contenders and clearly has the ability to attract the top players in Europe.
Massimiliano has quietly gone about his business at the Old Lady whilst overseeing his team play with intensity and style.
We don’t think we will get our wish however and fully expect it to be a straight shootout between Conte and Simeone.
Whoever gets the nod, all the best as you will be the trigger happy Billionaire Russian’s number 12.