Chelsea next manager odds
Antonio Conte is Chelsea's 10th Manager under Roman Abramovich. He became the 4th Italian manager to win the Premier league and ninth manager to win the premier league. The Blues have enjoyed a sweet moment under the influence of Roman Abramovich as the club owner. They have won multiple and noticeable trophies under the Russian billionaire.
There was recent news by gamblers on how Antonio Conte will be sacked as Chelsea's boss. If Antonio Conte was eventually axed, there are some noticeable managers that could replace him in Chelsea. The odds of the manager being sacked have recently been slashed from 33/1 to 6/1. The Chelsea boss took over from Guus Hiddink and Chelsea has shown no sign to dismiss him.
The odd of Conte becoming the next manager to be sacked was recently ranked up to 33/1, even with a rough start of the season. Conte simply laughed off the situation and he emphasized that there was no problem with his relationship and communication with the club. "I'm trying to see who puts money on!", Conte said in a press conference.
Juventus boss, Massimiliano Allegri was predicted to be Chelsea's next manager with an odd of 4/6 but his odds recently drifted to 6/1 with the former Chilean manager Sampaoli leading the prediction with an odd of 2/1. The Argentine recently drifted from 10/1.
Max Allegri is a favorite Italian manager to take over at Stamford Bridge with an odd of 10/11. When Conte departed from Juventus in 2014 to claim the post of Italy's manager, Allegri took over from him. Both managers have achieved a lot. Allegri took over from Conte's three previous consecutive Serie A win at Juventus. He is about to win his third in a row after taking over. He also led Juventus to the Champions League Final. Conte, on the other hand, claimed the premier league in his first season as Chelsea's manager.
After leading the Old Lady in 2014, Allegri took charge of Italy's national team since then. The 46-year old manager won Euro 2016 and qualified ahead of Norway and Croatia in Group H. His popularity was due to his past glory and his contract will expire at the end of the entire tournament.
Conte's Magic include replacing Luigi Delneri in 2011 after leading the most successful team in the history of Italy to the seventh position in two consecutive seasons. Conte won the cup without losing any match.
Dimitri Berbatov, a Manchester United player and a free agent tips Allegri to remain in Juventus for a long period of time even though he is favorite to take Conte's position. Allegri will focus mainly on winning the Champions League with Juventus in order to surpass Conte's achievements at the club.
Conte's first crack at Champions league saw Juventus qualify in the group stage at the expense of Chelsea to reach the quarter final for the first time in seven years.
Do you think Conte will remain Chelsea's manager? Who do you tip for Chelsea's next manager?