The Blues are still looking for a successor to Graham Potter, who was sacked by the Premier League club in early April. By the end of that season, club legend Frank Lampard had taken over the reins. The search for a permanent solution continues in London.
According to the British newspaper “The Times”, former Bayern Munich coach Julian Nagelsmann was said to have appeared at Stamford Bridge to interview co-directors of sports Paul Winstanley and Lawrence Stewart.
Shortly after splitting from Potter, the 35-year-old and Chelsea are said to have grown close to each other. Accordingly, Nagelsmann’s advisory agency Sport 360 wanted to “know more about the club’s long-term plans and mandate”, writes The Times.
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Rumors have been circulating for weeks about who will be on the sidelines at Chelsea next season. The Times published a list of no fewer than seven candidates.
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Former Spain and Barcelona coaches Luis Enrique (without a club) and Mauricio Pochettino (Paris Saint-Germain) have also been shortlisted. It is said that meetings and phone calls have already taken place with individual candidates.
Nagelsmann’s merit may be that he has already worked with Stewart and technical director Christopher Vivell at RB Leipzig.
Both should be able to imagine the former Bayern and Chelsea coach.
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