Chelsea is eyeing a potential move for Steve Holland for the managerial job at Stamford Bridge, according to the Sun.
Maurizio Sarri’s is sure to move to Juventus this summer, and the Blues are looking for an ideal candidate for his replacement.
The Italian guided Chelsea to the Europa League glory and also a third place in the Premier League table in his debut stint in London.
However, Sarri’s lack of mutual affection with the fans and the players has to lead to a rise in tension in the squad.
Now the London outfit has set their eyes on their former manager Holland, for the job on a full- time basis.
The 49-year-old Holland who is currently working as an assistant to England head coach Gareth Southgate has previously worked as the Blues’ assistant manager as well.
Furthermore, he got the opportunity able to play under great managers like Rafa Benitez, Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte.
Holland inspired the Blues reserves to win the reserves league title when he was their manager between 2009 and 2011.
The former Chelsea coach could be the next boss at the Stamford Bridge for the upcoming season only if he can be convinced to continue his duties with the national team along with the club. In that case, he would be looking for a well prominent job.
In other Liverpool news Sarri set to join Juventus as he rejects Chelseas’ final term of offer