Manager Julian Nagelsmann has been removed from the Chelsea shortlist.
The British ‘Sky Sports’ reported on the 22nd (Korean time), “Coach Nagelsmann is no longer a candidate for Chelsea’s successor.”
He added, “Chelsea’s candidates for new manager have been reduced to three: Mauricio Pochettino, Vincent Kompany and an unnamed manager.”
Nagelsmann was sacked from Bayern Munich in March. In March, I went on a ski tour to cool off while facing the A-match break, and in the meantime, discussions about hardships took place. In the end, he was forced to lay down his baton with compensation of 27 million euros (approximately 39.5 billion won).
After that, he was linked with an English Premier League (EPL) club. The first club mentioned was Tottenham Hotspur, who had parted ways with manager Antonio Conte. Multiple media outlets, including the British ‘Telegraph’, said, “Tottenham are preparing for negotiations with manager Nagelsmann.”
However, Germany’s ‘Bild’ expressed a negative gaze, saying, “The immediate appointment of the EPL is not a consideration for coach Nagelsmann.” As a result, Tottenham decided to end the season by posting assistant coach Christian Stellini as acting manager.
After that, Chelsea stuck. After sacking manager Graham Porter around the same time, Chelsea hired manager Frank Lampard and started looking for a replacement manager. At the same time, Nagelsmann was considered as a top priority.
However, as negotiations continued, things went wrong. ‘Sky Sports’ explained, “As Chelsea thoroughly reviewed all candidates before making a decision, friction with coach Nagelsmann grew. Nagelsmann was resentful of repeated interviews and requests for information.”
He continued:온라인카지노 “Nagelsmann had doubts about his role and, looking at Chelsea’s diverse shortlist, felt a lack of clarity about the direction they wanted to go.”
As a result, coach Nagelsmann was no longer considered. Chelsea will now make their final choice between Pochettino, Kompany and an unnamed manager. The strong one is manager Pochettino. Reporter Matt Law of the British ‘Telegraph’ said, “Pochettino has emerged as a strong candidate,” adding, “Pochettino had positive talks with Chelsea this week. there is,” he explained.