After a poor start to the 2015-2016 season, Chelsea players and Boss have come under pressure from both fans and pundits and reports claim the club is ready to shake things up in order to get back to where they ought to be.
The Mirror claims Chelsea are weighing up move for Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone. The Argentine has been sounded out by club owner Roman Abramovich as one of the possible replacements for current boss Jose Mourinho.
It is reported that Jose Mourinho has lost the dressing room and some members of the club staff are no longer on the Portuguese side after the treatment he gave to former club doctor Eva Carneiro.
The West London club is weighing the possibility of parting ways with Jose Mourinho and replacing him with Diego Simeone. Mourinho was recently given a public backing by the club; however it is claimed that Abramovich is still willing to axe the Portuguese if results does not change before Chelsea tackle Norwich City in November.
Parting company with Jose Mourinho and replacing him with Diego Simeone will cost the club big as they are expected to pay the Portuguese over £30m if they sack him while it will cost the blues about £15m to lure Simeone from the Spanish Capital to West London.
Abramovich is said to be assessing other options to replace Jose Mourinho with Former Barcelona Boss Pep Guardiola and Former Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti being linked with a move to West London.
Simeone has won the Europa league trophy twice, La liga and Copa del Rey with Atletico Madrid since he joined the Vicente Calderon side.