Chelsea To Agree Deal With 50-year-old As Their Next Chelsea Boss

After a failed mission to defend their title, Antonio Conte’s men are not only going to see the League trophy with another club but they are also on the verge losing the last  Champions League qualification spot to Tottenham who are in the fourth position, eight points ahead of the Blues.

The North London club were victorious over the Blues with a wide goal-margin in last weekend’s match at Stamford Bridge.

The defeat, coupled with Conte’s sour relationship with Abramovich has further dashed the manager’s hope of retaining his job beyond this campaign.

It is now certain that the Italian manager would be shown the club’s exit door by the end of the current campaign as the Blues are presently in talks with numerous coaches who are tipped as possible Conte’s replacement.

It was reported last month via the Mirror that Chelsea have reached an agreement with former Barcelona manager Luis Enrique over the possibility of luring him to Stamford Bridge in the summer but that appears to be a mere speculation.

The latest rumours via Daily Star concerning Chelsea coaching job suggest that Juventus manager Maximiliano Allegri has agreed to a deal to become the next Chelsea manager.

The experienced manager is set to end his largely successful spell at Turin by the end of the season.

He led the team to three league trophy and they also played in two consecutive UEFA Champions League final.

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