Chelsea Football Club’s hunt for a new manager for next season has continued, with the Blues now speaking with a number of applicants.
Julian Nagelsmann has apparently withdrew from the competition to become Chelsea’s next manager, according to the latest news from the search for a new manager. According to sources, the club made fundamental, structural, recruitment, and process decisions that did not best serve the German approach.
According to Chelsea, the board opted to call it quits on bringing in Nagelsmann as a successor for Potter because to his lack of expertise.
Mauricio Pochetinho, Vincent Kompany, and another unidentified manager who is revered and respected by the Chelsea board of directors.
🔵 Chelsea had concerns about Julian Nagelsmann’s experience
❌ Nagelsmann felt there were fundamental, structural, recruitment and process decisions at the club that don’t best serve his approach pic.twitter.com/WtTin1vrx7
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