- Chelsea lines up Mauricio Pochettino as Antonio Conte's replacement
- The Tottenam manager is reportedly frustrated with his present situation
- The Blues will play Manchester United in the FA Cup final at Wembley
Chelsea have added Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino to the growing list of managers who could replace Antonio Conte at the end of the season.
The Telegraph claimed that adding the Argentine coach into the growing list of Conte's successor could look impossible moving across the capital.
The Spurs gaffer has also been linked been with a move to Real Madrid as reports have it he is frustrated with outcome of his side's plight this season.
The 46-year-old have also to the club's hierarchy for new signings in the summer if he is to win trophies with the London club.
Former Barcelona manager Luis Enrique remains Roman Abramovich’s first choice but due to the Spaniard's high wage demands the deal has reportedly stalled.
The Blues have been also linked with a number of candidates including Maxi Allegri, Leonardo Jardim, and Mauricio Sarri.
Chelsea still have a slim chance in making the Premier League top four if Liverpool and Tottenham drop points in their last four games.
Conte's side made it through to the FA Cup finals after defeating Southampton 2-0 in the Wembley showdown over the weekend.
The Stamford Bridge outfit be playing against Jose Mourinho's side, Manchester United, in a season finale for a chance to win the final silverware in topflight football in England.
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