Although Antonio Conte remains the head coach of Chelsea Football Club, it hasn’t stopped the continual flow of speculation linking others with the role.
Yesterday, the situation took an unexpected twist when the former Napoli boss, Maurizio Sarri was ruled out as a contender, with Chelsea not willing to pay the compensation fee required, Click Here.
As a result, the former Paris Saint-Germain boss, Laurent Blanc, appeared to jump to the head of the queue of prospective candidates, Click Here.
But, today, the situation appears to have changed again.
According to the Sport, the situation has turned a full circle with Luis Enrique, who originally was the prime target, said to be back in negotiations with Chelsea about the role.
Interestingly, before Arsenal appointed Unai Emery as their new boss, Enrique was linked with a move to the Emirates Stadium.
Talk at the time suggested that the former Barcelona manager wanted a large transfer treasure chest to be available for him to improve the team, Click Here.
If the speculation is true, I wonder if Enrique will be afforded the same luxury at Chelsea.