According to reports, Chelsea have identified two candidates to replace Chelsea manager Antonio Conte as the boss at the conclusion of the current season as the Italian tactician seems unlikely to remain at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea will want a huge name to succeed the former Juventus manager and they have looked to have trimmed down their long list to two top-names in Luis Enrique and Massimiliano Allegri, as reported by the Daily Mail.
The current Chelsea boss will surely prove a tough figure to follow at the Bridge after his sudden success with the side the last term when they won the Premier League title with ease in his first season in charge.
Life hasn’t been so smooth this time, and that has led to rumour that Russian Billionaire owner Roman Abramovich will seek to replace the Italian in the near future.
The news outlet suggests the likes of Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone have also been identified, but that Juventus manager Allegri and Louis Enrique are now shortlisted to step in next campaign.
Allegri has been a huge success at Turin, continuing from Antonio Conte’s good work at the Serie A club, while Louis Enrique is currently without job after winning a lot of silverware in a three-season spell in charge of Spanish La Liga giants Barcelona.