Chelsea set to sack Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri after city defeat.

Maurizio Sarri is surely a man on borrowed time after Chelsea’s humiliating 6-0 defeat to Manchester City in the Premier League on Sunday.

Roman Abramovich is not known for being a patient man, and previous Blues managers have been sacked for less than this, with the loss at the Etihad Stadium representing the club’s biggest in the Premier League era.

The Telegraph claim Sarri has around two weeks to save himself at Chelsea, with the Europa League likely to be crucial to his chances of staying on at Stamford Bridge.

Still, if we are nearing the end of the Italian tactician’s short reign in west London, who could be an ideal replacement for him?

We’ve picked out seven top candidates who could come in and sort things out before then also inevitably being sacked after a dip in form after, who knows, a year? And then the whole wretched cycle can start again.

Should Chelsea sack Maurizio Sarri?

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