Chelsea technical director Micheal Emenalo is facing the axe following his recent activities in the transfer market.
The Chelsea chief has made a number of mistakes in the transfer market which have seen high profile flops come into the club and being allowed to leave after failing to impress at Stamford bridge.
The Sun claims arrivals such as Papy Djilobodji, Mohammed Salah, Juan Cuadrado, Felipe Luis, and Radamel Falcao whom have struggled to break into the first team could cost the Nigerian his job at Chelsea.
Emenalo defended the blues transfer policy in the summer after they were accused of unfairly stockpiling young talents and sending them out on loan.
The Nigerian said: “We have the difficult job – one we happily accept because we are a big club – of trying to balance being successful with making sure we have the right players at the right time.
“Sometimes there are players whose development is not finished, just like Victor (Moses), who maybe needs to play more football to get to the level we think he can get to, because he is very, very talented.”
Chelsea are currently experiencing their worst start to a league season and sit 16th on the Barclays Premier league table despite just lifting the title 6 months ago