Chelsea Chiefs are said to be considering the future of current manager Jose Mourinho.
The blues are currently experiencing their worst start to a season and Jose Mourinho is under immense pressure with results getting worse and the continuous war of words with the Football Association and match officials.
The Daily Mail reports that just three weeks after the Club and Roman Abramovich released a public vote of confidence on the Portuguese, the blues board are considering the future of the 52 year old again after the defeat against West Ham at Upton park.
Reports claim that Jose Mourinho will be given until the game against Liverpool later this week to save his career at Stamford bridge or will be sacked before Chelsea tackle Stoke City next month.
Mourinho recently signed a new four year deal which will cost the blues 30 million pounds to sack the Portuguese but Chelsea are said to be unwilling to pay the full severance package should they feel it’s time to part ways with the Portuguese.
Former Chelsea and Real Madrid Boss Carlo Ancelotti is understood to be interested in a return to Stamford Bridge but Roman Abramovich is only willing to consider a short term option for now while if the Russian will also consider the Italian whom he infamously sacked in 2011 is also another thing.
Guss Hiddink who had a good short stint when Felipe Scolari was sacked is also tipped to return as an Interim boss for the second time while the club waits until summer to appoint a full time manager.
Mourinho won the Barclay’s premier league title with Chelsea in 2005, 2006 and 2014.