English Premier League outfit Chelsea are already considering a change of manager as there have been inconsistent and not satisfied with the results under the reign of manager Frank Lampard since the start of the season.
The Blues owner Roman Abramovich is allegedly making moves for talks with Italian boss Massimiliano Allegri as the replacement for the struggling manager as long as the results continue to get worst.
Italian outlet Quotidano Sportivo reports that the Blues owner is more interested in winning and he will have to wave sentiments aside and get a capable manager that can handle the team as soon as possible.
The West London outfit are one of the highest spenders in the last summer transfer window as they have spent about £200 million on the recruitment of kai Havertz, Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech, and more but they are not close to the top of the log after six games.
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Chelsea’s chances of winning a title this season have continued to decline as they are already out of the Carabao Cup after they were defeated by Tottenham and they are already being condemned for the English Premier League title challenge.
Frank Lampard’s problem has been traced to his leaky defence, having conceded 63 goals in 45 games under Frank Lampard, the worst result under any Blues manager in the club’s history.
Roman Abramovich is already running out of patience and the experienced Italian manager is already in line for the job. He is currently without any offer after leaving the Italian Serie A giants.
However, former forward Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has condemned the Chelsea team, insisting that they are not contenders for the Premier League crown as a result of their lack of defence.
He noted that the Blues team does not have players who can help them stop conceding and that could hamper their season.