FC Barcelona vs. AC Milan

El campeón inició la defensa del título de Champions League.

Pelatih Barcelona Ernesto Valverde menilai hanya ada satu Andres Iniesta.
Barcelona Tidak Mencari Pengganti Andres Iniesta
Pelatih Barcelona Ernesto Valverde menilai hanya ada satu Andres Iniesta.
Pelatih Barcelona Ernesto Valverde menilai hanya ada satu Andres Iniesta.
Barcelona Tidak Mencari Pengganti Andres Iniesta
Pelatih Barcelona Ernesto Valverde menilai hanya ada satu Andres Iniesta.
The France international will be supervised by Barcelona medical staff after suffering the injury against Real Sociedad on Sunday
Dembele suffers sprained right ankle
The France international will be supervised by Barcelona medical staff after suffering the injury against Real Sociedad on Sunday
El entrenador del Barcelona aseguró que su equipo redondeó una gran temporada al obterner el título de Liga y la Copa del Rey.
Valverde: "Hubiera firmado si me decían que iba a ganar el doblete"
El entrenador del Barcelona aseguró que su equipo redondeó una gran temporada al obterner el título de Liga y la Copa del Rey.
El entrenador del Barcelona aseguró que su equipo redondeó una gran temporada al obterner el título de Liga y la Copa del Rey.
Valverde: "Hubiera firmado si me decían que iba a ganar el doblete"
El entrenador del Barcelona aseguró que su equipo redondeó una gran temporada al obterner el título de Liga y la Copa del Rey.
El entrenador del Barcelona aseguró que su equipo redondeó una gran temporada al obterner el título de Liga y la Copa del Rey.
Valverde: "Hubiera firmado si me decían que iba a ganar el doblete"
El entrenador del Barcelona aseguró que su equipo redondeó una gran temporada al obterner el título de Liga y la Copa del Rey.
Soccer Football - La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona vs Real Sociedad - Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain - May 20, 2018 Barcelona's Andres Iniesta celebrates with the La Liga trophy after the match REUTERS/Albert Gea TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona vs Real Sociedad
Soccer Football - La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona vs Real Sociedad - Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain - May 20, 2018 Barcelona's Andres Iniesta celebrates with the La Liga trophy after the match REUTERS/Albert Gea TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
Soccer Football - La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona vs Real Sociedad - Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain - May 20, 2018 General view before the match REUTERS/Albert Gea TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona vs Real Sociedad
Soccer Football - La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona vs Real Sociedad - Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain - May 20, 2018 General view before the match REUTERS/Albert Gea TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
Soccer Football - La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona vs Real Sociedad - Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain - May 20, 2018 Barcelona's Andres Iniesta and team mates celebrate with the La Liga trophy after the match REUTERS/Albert Gea TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona vs Real Sociedad
Soccer Football - La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona vs Real Sociedad - Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain - May 20, 2018 Barcelona's Andres Iniesta and team mates celebrate with the La Liga trophy after the match REUTERS/Albert Gea TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
Farewell: Barcelona's Andres Iniesta holds the Liga trophy
Farewell: Barcelona's Andres Iniesta holds the Liga trophy
Farewell: Barcelona's Andres Iniesta holds the Liga trophy
El entrenador del Barcelona habló acerca de las sensaciones que dejó el último partido del de Fuentealbilla vistiendo la camiste culé.
Valverde, sobre la despedida de Iniesta: "Lo que ha ocurrido hoy es un sueño para cualquiera"
El entrenador del Barcelona habló acerca de las sensaciones que dejó el último partido del de Fuentealbilla vistiendo la camiste culé.
El entrenador del Barcelona habló acerca de las sensaciones que dejó el último partido del de Fuentealbilla vistiendo la camiste culé.
Valverde, sobre la despedida de Iniesta: "Lo que ha ocurrido hoy es un sueño para cualquiera"
El entrenador del Barcelona habló acerca de las sensaciones que dejó el último partido del de Fuentealbilla vistiendo la camiste culé.
El entrenador del Barcelona habló acerca de las sensaciones que dejó el último partido del de Fuentealbilla vistiendo la camiste culé.
Valverde, sobre la despedida de Iniesta: "Lo que ha ocurrido hoy es un sueño para cualquiera"
El entrenador del Barcelona habló acerca de las sensaciones que dejó el último partido del de Fuentealbilla vistiendo la camiste culé.
El entrenador del Barcelona habló acerca de las sensaciones que dejó el último partido del de Fuentealbilla vistiendo la camiste culé.
Valverde, sobre la despedida de Iniesta: "Lo que ha ocurrido hoy es un sueño para cualquiera"
El entrenador del Barcelona habló acerca de las sensaciones que dejó el último partido del de Fuentealbilla vistiendo la camiste culé.
El entrenador del Barcelona habló acerca de las sensaciones que dejó el último partido del de Fuentealbilla vistiendo la camiste culé.
Valverde, sobre la despedida de Iniesta: "Lo que ha ocurrido hoy es un sueño para cualquiera"
El entrenador del Barcelona habló acerca de las sensaciones que dejó el último partido del de Fuentealbilla vistiendo la camiste culé.
El entrenador del Barcelona habló acerca de las sensaciones que dejó el último partido del de Fuentealbilla vistiendo la camiste culé.
Valverde, sobre la despedida de Iniesta: "Lo que ha ocurrido hoy es un sueño para cualquiera"
El entrenador del Barcelona habló acerca de las sensaciones que dejó el último partido del de Fuentealbilla vistiendo la camiste culé.
Ousmane Dembele will be supervised by Barcelona medical staff after spraining his ankle.
Dembele suffers sprained right ankle
Ousmane Dembele will be supervised by Barcelona medical staff after spraining his ankle.
The club legend addressed Camp Nou, saying one last goodbye on Sunday following his side's match against Real Sociedad
I arrived as a boy, I leave as a man – Iniesta in emotional Barcelona farewell
The club legend addressed Camp Nou, saying one last goodbye on Sunday following his side's match against Real Sociedad
Barcelona's Spanish midfielder Andres Iniesta is thrown in the air by teammates during a tribute at the end of his final game for the team (AFP Photo/Josep LAGO)
Blaugrana forever
Barcelona's Spanish midfielder Andres Iniesta is thrown in the air by teammates during a tribute at the end of his final game for the team (AFP Photo/Josep LAGO)
El mediocampista del Barcelona Andrés Iniesta y sus compañeros celebran tras vencer a la Real Sociedad, en Barcelona. 20 de mayo de 2018. REUTERS/Albert Gea
El mediocampista del Barcelona Andrés Iniesta y sus compañeros celebran tras vencer a la Real Sociedad, en Barcelona
El mediocampista del Barcelona Andrés Iniesta y sus compañeros celebran tras vencer a la Real Sociedad, en Barcelona. 20 de mayo de 2018. REUTERS/Albert Gea
Barcelona akan bertanding dengan Real Sociedad pada laga pekan terakhir La Liga.
Susunan Pemain Barcelona Vs Real Sociedad
Barcelona akan bertanding dengan Real Sociedad pada laga pekan terakhir La Liga.
Barcelona menang tipis 1-0 atas Real Sociedad di jornada terakhir La Liga 2017-2018 di Camp Nou, Senin (21/5/2018) dini hari WIB.
Gol Indah Coutinho Bawa Barcelona Akhiri Musim dengan Manis
Barcelona menang tipis 1-0 atas Real Sociedad di jornada terakhir La Liga 2017-2018 di Camp Nou, Senin (21/5/2018) dini hari WIB.
<p>Sin dominador claro, a pesar de que la Real siempre se replegaba con muchos jugadores en los ataques estáticos azulgrana, el Barcelona optó por no desperdiciar los contragolpes, aunque ninguno de ellos concluyó en éxito, sobre todo por los desajustes en el pase. / Foto: Reuters </p>
Infinito Iniesta

Sin dominador claro, a pesar de que la Real siempre se replegaba con muchos jugadores en los ataques estáticos azulgrana, el Barcelona optó por no desperdiciar los contragolpes, aunque ninguno de ellos concluyó en éxito, sobre todo por los desajustes en el pase. / Foto: Reuters

Após vencer a Lazio por 3 a 2 e se classificar para a UCL, italianos devem pagar 35 milhões de euros ao Barcelona
Com Inter de volta à Champions League, clube é obrigado a comprar Rafinha
Após vencer a Lazio por 3 a 2 e se classificar para a UCL, italianos devem pagar 35 milhões de euros ao Barcelona
Aspecto que presentaba el Camp Nou al comienzo del partido de la última jornada de Liga en Primera División entre FC Barcelona y Real Sociedad, que disputaron en el Camp Nou. EFE
Aspecto que presentaba el Camp Nou al comienzo del partido de la última jornada de Liga en Primera División entre FC Barcelona y Real Sociedad, que disputaron en el Camp Nou. EFE
Aspecto que presentaba el Camp Nou al comienzo del partido de la última jornada de Liga en Primera División entre FC Barcelona y Real Sociedad, que disputaron en el Camp Nou. EFE
El capitán del FC Barcelona Andrés Iniesta (arriba), tras el partido de la última jornada de Liga en Primera División ante la Real Sociedad disputado en el Camp Nou, en Barcelona. EFE
El capitán del FC Barcelona Andrés Iniesta (arriba), tras el partido de la última jornada de Liga en Primera División ante la Real Sociedad disputado en el Camp Nou, en Barcelona. EFE
El capitán del FC Barcelona Andrés Iniesta (arriba), tras el partido de la última jornada de Liga en Primera División ante la Real Sociedad disputado en el Camp Nou, en Barcelona. EFE
El delantero argentino Lionel Messi del Barcelona. EFE/Archivo
El delantero argentino Lionel Messi del Barcelona. EFE/Archivo
El delantero argentino Lionel Messi del Barcelona. EFE/Archivo
FC Barcelona&#39;s Andres Iniesta, center, embraces Lionel Messi after being substituted during the Spanish La Liga soccer match between FC Barcelona and Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
FC Barcelona's Andres Iniesta, center, embraces Lionel Messi after being substituted during the Spanish La Liga soccer match between FC Barcelona and Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
FC Barcelona's Andres Iniesta, center, embraces Lionel Messi after being substituted during the Spanish La Liga soccer match between FC Barcelona and Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Emotions were high for Iniesta&#39;s Barcelona swansong. Pic: Getty
Iniesta_crying
Emotions were high for Iniesta's Barcelona swansong. Pic: Getty
FC Barcelona&#39;s Andres Iniesta, center, embraces Ivan Rakitic after being substituted during the Spanish La Liga soccer match between FC Barcelona and Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
FC Barcelona's Andres Iniesta, center, embraces Ivan Rakitic after being substituted during the Spanish La Liga soccer match between FC Barcelona and Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
FC Barcelona's Andres Iniesta, center, embraces Ivan Rakitic after being substituted during the Spanish La Liga soccer match between FC Barcelona and Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Coutinho ensured Iniesta&#39;s farewell ended in a win for Barcelona. Pic: Getty/BeIn Sport
Iniesta_farewell
Coutinho ensured Iniesta's farewell ended in a win for Barcelona. Pic: Getty/BeIn Sport
Soccer Football - La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona vs Real Sociedad - Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain - May 20, 2018 Barcelona&#39;s Andres Iniesta after the match REUTERS/Albert Gea
La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona vs Real Sociedad
Soccer Football - La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona vs Real Sociedad - Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain - May 20, 2018 Barcelona's Andres Iniesta after the match REUTERS/Albert Gea
Soccer Football - La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona vs Real Sociedad - Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain - May 20, 2018 Barcelona&#39;s Andres Iniesta and team mates celebrate after the match REUTERS/Albert Gea
La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona vs Real Sociedad
Soccer Football - La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona vs Real Sociedad - Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain - May 20, 2018 Barcelona's Andres Iniesta and team mates celebrate after the match REUTERS/Albert Gea
Soccer Football - La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona vs Real Sociedad - Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain - May 20, 2018 Barcelona&#39;s Andres Iniesta after the match REUTERS/Albert Gea
La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona vs Real Sociedad
Soccer Football - La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona vs Real Sociedad - Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain - May 20, 2018 Barcelona's Andres Iniesta after the match REUTERS/Albert Gea
FC Barcelona&#39;s Andres Iniesta holds a FC Barcelona&#39;s jersey after the Spanish La Liga soccer match between FC Barcelona and Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
FC Barcelona's Andres Iniesta holds a FC Barcelona's jersey after the Spanish La Liga soccer match between FC Barcelona and Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
FC Barcelona's Andres Iniesta holds a FC Barcelona's jersey after the Spanish La Liga soccer match between FC Barcelona and Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
FC Barcelona&#39;s Andres Iniesta holds the Spanish La Liga trophy after the Spanish La Liga soccer match between FC Barcelona and Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
FC Barcelona's Andres Iniesta holds the Spanish La Liga trophy after the Spanish La Liga soccer match between FC Barcelona and Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
FC Barcelona's Andres Iniesta holds the Spanish La Liga trophy after the Spanish La Liga soccer match between FC Barcelona and Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
FC Barcelona&#39;s players pose with the Spanish La Liga trophy after the Spanish La Liga soccer match between FC Barcelona and Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
FC Barcelona's players pose with the Spanish La Liga trophy after the Spanish La Liga soccer match between FC Barcelona and Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
FC Barcelona's players pose with the Spanish La Liga trophy after the Spanish La Liga soccer match between FC Barcelona and Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Los futbolistas del FC Barcelona lanzan al aire a su compañero Andrés Iniesta en su partido despedida con el club catalán, el 20 de mayo de 2018 en Barcelona
Los futbolistas del FC Barcelona lanzan al aire a su compañero Andrés Iniesta en su partido despedida con el club catalán, el 20 de mayo de 2018 en Barcelona
Los futbolistas del FC Barcelona lanzan al aire a su compañero Andrés Iniesta en su partido despedida con el club catalán, el 20 de mayo de 2018 en Barcelona
FC Barcelona&#39;s Andres Iniesta holds the Spanish La Liga trophy with his teammates after the Spanish La Liga soccer match between FC Barcelona and Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
FC Barcelona's Andres Iniesta holds the Spanish La Liga trophy with his teammates after the Spanish La Liga soccer match between FC Barcelona and Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
FC Barcelona's Andres Iniesta holds the Spanish La Liga trophy with his teammates after the Spanish La Liga soccer match between FC Barcelona and Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
FC Barcelona&#39;s Andres Iniesta holds the Spanish La Liga trophy with his teammates after the Spanish La Liga soccer match between FC Barcelona and Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
FC Barcelona's Andres Iniesta holds the Spanish La Liga trophy with his teammates after the Spanish La Liga soccer match between FC Barcelona and Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
FC Barcelona's Andres Iniesta holds the Spanish La Liga trophy with his teammates after the Spanish La Liga soccer match between FC Barcelona and Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
FILE PHOTO: A cyclist rides past a Nokia logo during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona
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FILE PHOTO: A cyclist rides past a Nokia logo during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona
<p>Barcelona es la tercera ciudad más fotografiada del mundo y la primera de España. ¿El lugar preferido de los turistas? El parque Güell. (Foto: <a href="https://pixabay.com/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Pixabay" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Pixabay</a>). </p>
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Barcelona es la tercera ciudad más fotografiada del mundo y la primera de España. ¿El lugar preferido de los turistas? El parque Güell. (Foto: Pixabay).

We&#39;re into the busiest week the managerial merry-go-round may ever see, and Antonio Conte&#39;s future is one of the main issues to be resolved. Relations have long-since broken down at Chelsea and there is every expectation that Conte will leave this week, once the spiky issue of a £9 million payout has been addressed. If Conte does leave, there&#39;s a long list of potential replacements at Stamford Bridge, but the bookies have their favourites already... Luis Enrique - 2/1 The most likely man to take charge of Chelsea according to the odds. He has been linked with a move to London for months on end, but for the majority of that time Enrique was also apparently on Arsenal&#39;s radar. With Mikel Arteta looking likely to take the job at the Emirates, Enrique&#39;s chances of going to Chelsea have increased markedly. He is out of work having taken a year off after leaving Barcelona, and should be fresh and raring to take on a new challenge. He does represent an expensive option, so his appointment could hinge on Conte&#39;s willingness to accept a lower pay-off for being sacked. Or if Roman Abramovich gets desperate enough, he might just cough up for Enrique anyway. Maurizio Sarri - 5/2 Sarri has had a successful but frustratingly trophy-shy time at Napoli, and he may be tempted into moving to Chelsea, where he might feel there is a greater chance of winning silverware. Contract talks have broken down between Sarri and his superiors at Napoli Credit: Reuters He admitted at the weekend that he cannot be sure he will stay at Napoli if the club cannot guarantee the players will be there. Contract talks have stalled and club president Aurelio De Laurentiis says &quot;time is up&quot; for Sarri to make a decision. It sounds very much as though the door is open should Chelsea want Sarri as their manager. Antonio Conte - 5/1 The cost of sacking Conte could lead to a stand-off between club and manager. The club do not want to pay Conte to leave, but Conte doesn&#39;t want to leave without being paid. Could stubbornness mean Chelsea end up with the same manager for another year? Conte is one of the most likely options to be in charge of Chelsea for the first game of next season. If that happens there could be an interesting summer in the transfer market. Brendan Rodgers - 6/1 Rodgers has history at Chelsea and may well believe he has achieved all he can at Celtic, where he completed a second successive domestic treble this weekend. Brendan Rodgers has won a double treble at Celtic Credit: PA However, the two clubs have fallen out over a lack of playing time afforded to Charly Musonda, who had been loaned to Celtic, and Rodgers could be in Chelsea&#39;s bad books as a result. Carlo Ancelotti - 6/1 Has been out of work since leaving Bayern Munich last year and a return to Chelsea would be a popular move among the fans. Ancelotti had been linked with the Italy job before Roberto Mancini took it, but he remains out of work and also, just about, in the running for the Arsenal job, too. Could be a good, reliable yet still exciting short-term option. Mauricio Pochettino - 8/1 Chelsea still retain some hope of luring Pochettino across London, probably with the promise of millions in spending money, a lack of which has hamstrung him at Spurs. However, Pochettino looks likely to extend his Tottenham contract and it would be strange for him to jump ship with the new stadium on its way. Leonardo Jardim - 10/1 An exciting young option who has done a wonderful job at Monaco, but may find PSG&#39;s dominance of French football a little frustrating. Chelsea would certainly represent an attractive alternative, though living on the French Riviera probably has its upsides. He has 15 years of managerial experience despite only being 43 years old, and he has also won a few trophies in his time, too. Remains an option. Max Allegri - 14/1 Ruled out leaving Juventus this summer by saying &quot;If they don&#39;t fire me, I see myself as staying at Juventus next year too&quot; last week, as he still feels he has unfinished business in Turin. Massimiliano Allegri exclusive interview He is keen on moving to another country at some point and we will probably see him in the Premier League eventually, but probably not just yet. Jorge Sampaoli - 14/1 Sampaoli is focused on taking Argentina to the World Cup this summer and that may mean he isn&#39;t ready to discuss a new job until after the tournament. Chelsea, meanwhile, might not be willing to wait that long. Diego Simeone - 16/1 The dream move for so many top clubs but Simeone&#39;s love affair with Atletico Madrid is showing no signs of ending just yet. He has just won the Europa League and has a brilliant relationship with everyone at the club, and is thinking about strengthening for next season rather than leaving. Laurent Blanc - 20/1 A strangely underwhelming option considering just how much he won as manager at Bordeaux and PSG (plus his many, many trophies during his playing career), but Blanc just isn&#39;t considered a top manager across Europe. He is reportedly on Abramovich&#39;s radar but remains an outsider for the role. Rui Faria - 25/1 Mourinho&#39;s right-hand man has decided to go it alone, and his previous links with Chelsea were always going to mean he was talked about for the job. Rui Faria was Jose Mourinho&#39;s assistant at Chelsea Credit: Philip Brown He is, however, being more strongly linked with Benfica, and it is pretty unlikely that Chelsea will give him his first managerial gig. Unai Emery - 25/1 Out of work having left PSG at the end of the season and a long shot for the Chelsea job. His reputation took a hit in France, where he only won seven trophies in two years, having won the Europa League three times in a row with Sevilla. He is clearly a talented manager and will get another top job, but for now he is on the periphery of considerations at Stamford Bridge.
Next Chelsea manager odds: From Maurizio Sarri to Leonardo Jardim - who will be in charge next season?
We're into the busiest week the managerial merry-go-round may ever see, and Antonio Conte's future is one of the main issues to be resolved. Relations have long-since broken down at Chelsea and there is every expectation that Conte will leave this week, once the spiky issue of a £9 million payout has been addressed. If Conte does leave, there's a long list of potential replacements at Stamford Bridge, but the bookies have their favourites already... Luis Enrique - 2/1 The most likely man to take charge of Chelsea according to the odds. He has been linked with a move to London for months on end, but for the majority of that time Enrique was also apparently on Arsenal's radar. With Mikel Arteta looking likely to take the job at the Emirates, Enrique's chances of going to Chelsea have increased markedly. He is out of work having taken a year off after leaving Barcelona, and should be fresh and raring to take on a new challenge. He does represent an expensive option, so his appointment could hinge on Conte's willingness to accept a lower pay-off for being sacked. Or if Roman Abramovich gets desperate enough, he might just cough up for Enrique anyway. Maurizio Sarri - 5/2 Sarri has had a successful but frustratingly trophy-shy time at Napoli, and he may be tempted into moving to Chelsea, where he might feel there is a greater chance of winning silverware. Contract talks have broken down between Sarri and his superiors at Napoli Credit: Reuters He admitted at the weekend that he cannot be sure he will stay at Napoli if the club cannot guarantee the players will be there. Contract talks have stalled and club president Aurelio De Laurentiis says "time is up" for Sarri to make a decision. It sounds very much as though the door is open should Chelsea want Sarri as their manager. Antonio Conte - 5/1 The cost of sacking Conte could lead to a stand-off between club and manager. The club do not want to pay Conte to leave, but Conte doesn't want to leave without being paid. Could stubbornness mean Chelsea end up with the same manager for another year? Conte is one of the most likely options to be in charge of Chelsea for the first game of next season. If that happens there could be an interesting summer in the transfer market. Brendan Rodgers - 6/1 Rodgers has history at Chelsea and may well believe he has achieved all he can at Celtic, where he completed a second successive domestic treble this weekend. Brendan Rodgers has won a double treble at Celtic Credit: PA However, the two clubs have fallen out over a lack of playing time afforded to Charly Musonda, who had been loaned to Celtic, and Rodgers could be in Chelsea's bad books as a result. Carlo Ancelotti - 6/1 Has been out of work since leaving Bayern Munich last year and a return to Chelsea would be a popular move among the fans. Ancelotti had been linked with the Italy job before Roberto Mancini took it, but he remains out of work and also, just about, in the running for the Arsenal job, too. Could be a good, reliable yet still exciting short-term option. Mauricio Pochettino - 8/1 Chelsea still retain some hope of luring Pochettino across London, probably with the promise of millions in spending money, a lack of which has hamstrung him at Spurs. However, Pochettino looks likely to extend his Tottenham contract and it would be strange for him to jump ship with the new stadium on its way. Leonardo Jardim - 10/1 An exciting young option who has done a wonderful job at Monaco, but may find PSG's dominance of French football a little frustrating. Chelsea would certainly represent an attractive alternative, though living on the French Riviera probably has its upsides. He has 15 years of managerial experience despite only being 43 years old, and he has also won a few trophies in his time, too. Remains an option. Max Allegri - 14/1 Ruled out leaving Juventus this summer by saying "If they don't fire me, I see myself as staying at Juventus next year too" last week, as he still feels he has unfinished business in Turin. Massimiliano Allegri exclusive interview He is keen on moving to another country at some point and we will probably see him in the Premier League eventually, but probably not just yet. Jorge Sampaoli - 14/1 Sampaoli is focused on taking Argentina to the World Cup this summer and that may mean he isn't ready to discuss a new job until after the tournament. Chelsea, meanwhile, might not be willing to wait that long. Diego Simeone - 16/1 The dream move for so many top clubs but Simeone's love affair with Atletico Madrid is showing no signs of ending just yet. He has just won the Europa League and has a brilliant relationship with everyone at the club, and is thinking about strengthening for next season rather than leaving. Laurent Blanc - 20/1 A strangely underwhelming option considering just how much he won as manager at Bordeaux and PSG (plus his many, many trophies during his playing career), but Blanc just isn't considered a top manager across Europe. He is reportedly on Abramovich's radar but remains an outsider for the role. Rui Faria - 25/1 Mourinho's right-hand man has decided to go it alone, and his previous links with Chelsea were always going to mean he was talked about for the job. Rui Faria was Jose Mourinho's assistant at Chelsea Credit: Philip Brown He is, however, being more strongly linked with Benfica, and it is pretty unlikely that Chelsea will give him his first managerial gig. Unai Emery - 25/1 Out of work having left PSG at the end of the season and a long shot for the Chelsea job. His reputation took a hit in France, where he only won seven trophies in two years, having won the Europa League three times in a row with Sevilla. He is clearly a talented manager and will get another top job, but for now he is on the periphery of considerations at Stamford Bridge.
We&#39;re into the busiest week the managerial merry-go-round may ever see, and Antonio Conte&#39;s future is one of the main issues to be resolved. Relations have long-since broken down at Chelsea and there is every expectation that Conte will leave this week, once the spiky issue of a £9 million payout has been addressed. If Conte does leave, there&#39;s a long list of potential replacements at Stamford Bridge, but the bookies have their favourites already... Luis Enrique - 2/1 The most likely man to take charge of Chelsea according to the odds. He has been linked with a move to London for months on end, but for the majority of that time Enrique was also apparently on Arsenal&#39;s radar. With Mikel Arteta looking likely to take the job at the Emirates, Enrique&#39;s chances of going to Chelsea have increased markedly. He is out of work having taken a year off after leaving Barcelona, and should be fresh and raring to take on a new challenge. He does represent an expensive option, so his appointment could hinge on Conte&#39;s willingness to accept a lower pay-off for being sacked. Or if Roman Abramovich gets desperate enough, he might just cough up for Enrique anyway. Maurizio Sarri - 5/2 Sarri has had a successful but frustratingly trophy-shy time at Napoli, and he may be tempted into moving to Chelsea, where he might feel there is a greater chance of winning silverware. Contract talks have broken down between Sarri and his superiors at Napoli Credit: Reuters He admitted at the weekend that he cannot be sure he will stay at Napoli if the club cannot guarantee the players will be there. Contract talks have stalled and club president Aurelio De Laurentiis says &quot;time is up&quot; for Sarri to make a decision. It sounds very much as though the door is open should Chelsea want Sarri as their manager. Antonio Conte - 5/1 The cost of sacking Conte could lead to a stand-off between club and manager. The club do not want to pay Conte to leave, but Conte doesn&#39;t want to leave without being paid. Could stubbornness mean Chelsea end up with the same manager for another year? Conte is one of the most likely options to be in charge of Chelsea for the first game of next season. If that happens there could be an interesting summer in the transfer market. Brendan Rodgers - 6/1 Rodgers has history at Chelsea and may well believe he has achieved all he can at Celtic, where he completed a second successive domestic treble this weekend. Brendan Rodgers has won a double treble at Celtic Credit: PA However, the two clubs have fallen out over a lack of playing time afforded to Charly Musonda, who had been loaned to Celtic, and Rodgers could be in Chelsea&#39;s bad books as a result. Carlo Ancelotti - 6/1 Has been out of work since leaving Bayern Munich last year and a return to Chelsea would be a popular move among the fans. Ancelotti had been linked with the Italy job before Roberto Mancini took it, but he remains out of work and also, just about, in the running for the Arsenal job, too. Could be a good, reliable yet still exciting short-term option. Mauricio Pochettino - 8/1 Chelsea still retain some hope of luring Pochettino across London, probably with the promise of millions in spending money, a lack of which has hamstrung him at Spurs. However, Pochettino looks likely to extend his Tottenham contract and it would be strange for him to jump ship with the new stadium on its way. Leonardo Jardim - 10/1 An exciting young option who has done a wonderful job at Monaco, but may find PSG&#39;s dominance of French football a little frustrating. Chelsea would certainly represent an attractive alternative, though living on the French Riviera probably has its upsides. He has 15 years of managerial experience despite only being 43 years old, and he has also won a few trophies in his time, too. Remains an option. Max Allegri - 14/1 Ruled out leaving Juventus this summer by saying &quot;If they don&#39;t fire me, I see myself as staying at Juventus next year too&quot; last week, as he still feels he has unfinished business in Turin. Massimiliano Allegri exclusive interview He is keen on moving to another country at some point and we will probably see him in the Premier League eventually, but probably not just yet. Jorge Sampaoli - 14/1 Sampaoli is focused on taking Argentina to the World Cup this summer and that may mean he isn&#39;t ready to discuss a new job until after the tournament. Chelsea, meanwhile, might not be willing to wait that long. Diego Simeone - 16/1 The dream move for so many top clubs but Simeone&#39;s love affair with Atletico Madrid is showing no signs of ending just yet. He has just won the Europa League and has a brilliant relationship with everyone at the club, and is thinking about strengthening for next season rather than leaving. Laurent Blanc - 20/1 A strangely underwhelming option considering just how much he won as manager at Bordeaux and PSG (plus his many, many trophies during his playing career), but Blanc just isn&#39;t considered a top manager across Europe. He is reportedly on Abramovich&#39;s radar but remains an outsider for the role. Rui Faria - 25/1 Mourinho&#39;s right-hand man has decided to go it alone, and his previous links with Chelsea were always going to mean he was talked about for the job. Rui Faria was Jose Mourinho&#39;s assistant at Chelsea Credit: Philip Brown He is, however, being more strongly linked with Benfica, and it is pretty unlikely that Chelsea will give him his first managerial gig. Unai Emery - 25/1 Out of work having left PSG at the end of the season and a long shot for the Chelsea job. His reputation took a hit in France, where he only won seven trophies in two years, having won the Europa League three times in a row with Sevilla. He is clearly a talented manager and will get another top job, but for now he is on the periphery of considerations at Stamford Bridge.
Next Chelsea manager odds: From Maurizio Sarri to Leonardo Jardim - who will be in charge next season?
We're into the busiest week the managerial merry-go-round may ever see, and Antonio Conte's future is one of the main issues to be resolved. Relations have long-since broken down at Chelsea and there is every expectation that Conte will leave this week, once the spiky issue of a £9 million payout has been addressed. If Conte does leave, there's a long list of potential replacements at Stamford Bridge, but the bookies have their favourites already... Luis Enrique - 2/1 The most likely man to take charge of Chelsea according to the odds. He has been linked with a move to London for months on end, but for the majority of that time Enrique was also apparently on Arsenal's radar. With Mikel Arteta looking likely to take the job at the Emirates, Enrique's chances of going to Chelsea have increased markedly. He is out of work having taken a year off after leaving Barcelona, and should be fresh and raring to take on a new challenge. He does represent an expensive option, so his appointment could hinge on Conte's willingness to accept a lower pay-off for being sacked. Or if Roman Abramovich gets desperate enough, he might just cough up for Enrique anyway. Maurizio Sarri - 5/2 Sarri has had a successful but frustratingly trophy-shy time at Napoli, and he may be tempted into moving to Chelsea, where he might feel there is a greater chance of winning silverware. Contract talks have broken down between Sarri and his superiors at Napoli Credit: Reuters He admitted at the weekend that he cannot be sure he will stay at Napoli if the club cannot guarantee the players will be there. Contract talks have stalled and club president Aurelio De Laurentiis says "time is up" for Sarri to make a decision. It sounds very much as though the door is open should Chelsea want Sarri as their manager. Antonio Conte - 5/1 The cost of sacking Conte could lead to a stand-off between club and manager. The club do not want to pay Conte to leave, but Conte doesn't want to leave without being paid. Could stubbornness mean Chelsea end up with the same manager for another year? Conte is one of the most likely options to be in charge of Chelsea for the first game of next season. If that happens there could be an interesting summer in the transfer market. Brendan Rodgers - 6/1 Rodgers has history at Chelsea and may well believe he has achieved all he can at Celtic, where he completed a second successive domestic treble this weekend. Brendan Rodgers has won a double treble at Celtic Credit: PA However, the two clubs have fallen out over a lack of playing time afforded to Charly Musonda, who had been loaned to Celtic, and Rodgers could be in Chelsea's bad books as a result. Carlo Ancelotti - 6/1 Has been out of work since leaving Bayern Munich last year and a return to Chelsea would be a popular move among the fans. Ancelotti had been linked with the Italy job before Roberto Mancini took it, but he remains out of work and also, just about, in the running for the Arsenal job, too. Could be a good, reliable yet still exciting short-term option. Mauricio Pochettino - 8/1 Chelsea still retain some hope of luring Pochettino across London, probably with the promise of millions in spending money, a lack of which has hamstrung him at Spurs. However, Pochettino looks likely to extend his Tottenham contract and it would be strange for him to jump ship with the new stadium on its way. Leonardo Jardim - 10/1 An exciting young option who has done a wonderful job at Monaco, but may find PSG's dominance of French football a little frustrating. Chelsea would certainly represent an attractive alternative, though living on the French Riviera probably has its upsides. He has 15 years of managerial experience despite only being 43 years old, and he has also won a few trophies in his time, too. Remains an option. Max Allegri - 14/1 Ruled out leaving Juventus this summer by saying "If they don't fire me, I see myself as staying at Juventus next year too" last week, as he still feels he has unfinished business in Turin. Massimiliano Allegri exclusive interview He is keen on moving to another country at some point and we will probably see him in the Premier League eventually, but probably not just yet. Jorge Sampaoli - 14/1 Sampaoli is focused on taking Argentina to the World Cup this summer and that may mean he isn't ready to discuss a new job until after the tournament. Chelsea, meanwhile, might not be willing to wait that long. Diego Simeone - 16/1 The dream move for so many top clubs but Simeone's love affair with Atletico Madrid is showing no signs of ending just yet. He has just won the Europa League and has a brilliant relationship with everyone at the club, and is thinking about strengthening for next season rather than leaving. Laurent Blanc - 20/1 A strangely underwhelming option considering just how much he won as manager at Bordeaux and PSG (plus his many, many trophies during his playing career), but Blanc just isn't considered a top manager across Europe. He is reportedly on Abramovich's radar but remains an outsider for the role. Rui Faria - 25/1 Mourinho's right-hand man has decided to go it alone, and his previous links with Chelsea were always going to mean he was talked about for the job. Rui Faria was Jose Mourinho's assistant at Chelsea Credit: Philip Brown He is, however, being more strongly linked with Benfica, and it is pretty unlikely that Chelsea will give him his first managerial gig. Unai Emery - 25/1 Out of work having left PSG at the end of the season and a long shot for the Chelsea job. His reputation took a hit in France, where he only won seven trophies in two years, having won the Europa League three times in a row with Sevilla. He is clearly a talented manager and will get another top job, but for now he is on the periphery of considerations at Stamford Bridge.
We&#39;re into the busiest week the managerial merry-go-round may ever see, and Antonio Conte&#39;s future is one of the main issues to be resolved. Relations have long-since broken down at Chelsea and there is every expectation that Conte will leave this week, once the spiky issue of a £9 million payout has been addressed. If Conte does leave, there&#39;s a long list of potential replacements at Stamford Bridge, but the bookies have their favourites already... Luis Enrique - 2/1 The most likely man to take charge of Chelsea according to the odds. He has been linked with a move to London for months on end, but for the majority of that time Enrique was also apparently on Arsenal&#39;s radar. With Mikel Arteta looking likely to take the job at the Emirates, Enrique&#39;s chances of going to Chelsea have increased markedly. He is out of work having taken a year off after leaving Barcelona, and should be fresh and raring to take on a new challenge. He does represent an expensive option, so his appointment could hinge on Conte&#39;s willingness to accept a lower pay-off for being sacked. Or if Roman Abramovich gets desperate enough, he might just cough up for Enrique anyway. Maurizio Sarri - 5/2 Sarri has had a successful but frustratingly trophy-shy time at Napoli, and he may be tempted into moving to Chelsea, where he might feel there is a greater chance of winning silverware. Contract talks have broken down between Sarri and his superiors at Napoli Credit: Reuters He admitted at the weekend that he cannot be sure he will stay at Napoli if the club cannot guarantee the players will be there. Contract talks have stalled and club president Aurelio De Laurentiis says &quot;time is up&quot; for Sarri to make a decision. It sounds very much as though the door is open should Chelsea want Sarri as their manager. Antonio Conte - 5/1 The cost of sacking Conte could lead to a stand-off between club and manager. The club do not want to pay Conte to leave, but Conte doesn&#39;t want to leave without being paid. Could stubbornness mean Chelsea end up with the same manager for another year? Conte is one of the most likely options to be in charge of Chelsea for the first game of next season. If that happens there could be an interesting summer in the transfer market. Brendan Rodgers - 6/1 Rodgers has history at Chelsea and may well believe he has achieved all he can at Celtic, where he completed a second successive domestic treble this weekend. Brendan Rodgers has won a double treble at Celtic Credit: PA However, the two clubs have fallen out over a lack of playing time afforded to Charly Musonda, who had been loaned to Celtic, and Rodgers could be in Chelsea&#39;s bad books as a result. Carlo Ancelotti - 6/1 Has been out of work since leaving Bayern Munich last year and a return to Chelsea would be a popular move among the fans. Ancelotti had been linked with the Italy job before Roberto Mancini took it, but he remains out of work and also, just about, in the running for the Arsenal job, too. Could be a good, reliable yet still exciting short-term option. Mauricio Pochettino - 8/1 Chelsea still retain some hope of luring Pochettino across London, probably with the promise of millions in spending money, a lack of which has hamstrung him at Spurs. However, Pochettino looks likely to extend his Tottenham contract and it would be strange for him to jump ship with the new stadium on its way. Leonardo Jardim - 10/1 An exciting young option who has done a wonderful job at Monaco, but may find PSG&#39;s dominance of French football a little frustrating. Chelsea would certainly represent an attractive alternative, though living on the French Riviera probably has its upsides. He has 15 years of managerial experience despite only being 43 years old, and he has also won a few trophies in his time, too. Remains an option. Max Allegri - 14/1 Ruled out leaving Juventus this summer by saying &quot;If they don&#39;t fire me, I see myself as staying at Juventus next year too&quot; last week, as he still feels he has unfinished business in Turin. Massimiliano Allegri exclusive interview He is keen on moving to another country at some point and we will probably see him in the Premier League eventually, but probably not just yet. Jorge Sampaoli - 14/1 Sampaoli is focused on taking Argentina to the World Cup this summer and that may mean he isn&#39;t ready to discuss a new job until after the tournament. Chelsea, meanwhile, might not be willing to wait that long. Diego Simeone - 16/1 The dream move for so many top clubs but Simeone&#39;s love affair with Atletico Madrid is showing no signs of ending just yet. He has just won the Europa League and has a brilliant relationship with everyone at the club, and is thinking about strengthening for next season rather than leaving. Laurent Blanc - 20/1 A strangely underwhelming option considering just how much he won as manager at Bordeaux and PSG (plus his many, many trophies during his playing career), but Blanc just isn&#39;t considered a top manager across Europe. He is reportedly on Abramovich&#39;s radar but remains an outsider for the role. Rui Faria - 25/1 Mourinho&#39;s right-hand man has decided to go it alone, and his previous links with Chelsea were always going to mean he was talked about for the job. Rui Faria was Jose Mourinho&#39;s assistant at Chelsea Credit: Philip Brown He is, however, being more strongly linked with Benfica, and it is pretty unlikely that Chelsea will give him his first managerial gig. Unai Emery - 25/1 Out of work having left PSG at the end of the season and a long shot for the Chelsea job. His reputation took a hit in France, where he only won seven trophies in two years, having won the Europa League three times in a row with Sevilla. He is clearly a talented manager and will get another top job, but for now he is on the periphery of considerations at Stamford Bridge.
Next Chelsea manager odds: From Maurizio Sarri to Leonardo Jardim - who will be in charge next season?
We're into the busiest week the managerial merry-go-round may ever see, and Antonio Conte's future is one of the main issues to be resolved. Relations have long-since broken down at Chelsea and there is every expectation that Conte will leave this week, once the spiky issue of a £9 million payout has been addressed. If Conte does leave, there's a long list of potential replacements at Stamford Bridge, but the bookies have their favourites already... Luis Enrique - 2/1 The most likely man to take charge of Chelsea according to the odds. He has been linked with a move to London for months on end, but for the majority of that time Enrique was also apparently on Arsenal's radar. With Mikel Arteta looking likely to take the job at the Emirates, Enrique's chances of going to Chelsea have increased markedly. He is out of work having taken a year off after leaving Barcelona, and should be fresh and raring to take on a new challenge. He does represent an expensive option, so his appointment could hinge on Conte's willingness to accept a lower pay-off for being sacked. Or if Roman Abramovich gets desperate enough, he might just cough up for Enrique anyway. Maurizio Sarri - 5/2 Sarri has had a successful but frustratingly trophy-shy time at Napoli, and he may be tempted into moving to Chelsea, where he might feel there is a greater chance of winning silverware. Contract talks have broken down between Sarri and his superiors at Napoli Credit: Reuters He admitted at the weekend that he cannot be sure he will stay at Napoli if the club cannot guarantee the players will be there. Contract talks have stalled and club president Aurelio De Laurentiis says "time is up" for Sarri to make a decision. It sounds very much as though the door is open should Chelsea want Sarri as their manager. Antonio Conte - 5/1 The cost of sacking Conte could lead to a stand-off between club and manager. The club do not want to pay Conte to leave, but Conte doesn't want to leave without being paid. Could stubbornness mean Chelsea end up with the same manager for another year? Conte is one of the most likely options to be in charge of Chelsea for the first game of next season. If that happens there could be an interesting summer in the transfer market. Brendan Rodgers - 6/1 Rodgers has history at Chelsea and may well believe he has achieved all he can at Celtic, where he completed a second successive domestic treble this weekend. Brendan Rodgers has won a double treble at Celtic Credit: PA However, the two clubs have fallen out over a lack of playing time afforded to Charly Musonda, who had been loaned to Celtic, and Rodgers could be in Chelsea's bad books as a result. Carlo Ancelotti - 6/1 Has been out of work since leaving Bayern Munich last year and a return to Chelsea would be a popular move among the fans. Ancelotti had been linked with the Italy job before Roberto Mancini took it, but he remains out of work and also, just about, in the running for the Arsenal job, too. Could be a good, reliable yet still exciting short-term option. Mauricio Pochettino - 8/1 Chelsea still retain some hope of luring Pochettino across London, probably with the promise of millions in spending money, a lack of which has hamstrung him at Spurs. However, Pochettino looks likely to extend his Tottenham contract and it would be strange for him to jump ship with the new stadium on its way. Leonardo Jardim - 10/1 An exciting young option who has done a wonderful job at Monaco, but may find PSG's dominance of French football a little frustrating. Chelsea would certainly represent an attractive alternative, though living on the French Riviera probably has its upsides. He has 15 years of managerial experience despite only being 43 years old, and he has also won a few trophies in his time, too. Remains an option. Max Allegri - 14/1 Ruled out leaving Juventus this summer by saying "If they don't fire me, I see myself as staying at Juventus next year too" last week, as he still feels he has unfinished business in Turin. Massimiliano Allegri exclusive interview He is keen on moving to another country at some point and we will probably see him in the Premier League eventually, but probably not just yet. Jorge Sampaoli - 14/1 Sampaoli is focused on taking Argentina to the World Cup this summer and that may mean he isn't ready to discuss a new job until after the tournament. Chelsea, meanwhile, might not be willing to wait that long. Diego Simeone - 16/1 The dream move for so many top clubs but Simeone's love affair with Atletico Madrid is showing no signs of ending just yet. He has just won the Europa League and has a brilliant relationship with everyone at the club, and is thinking about strengthening for next season rather than leaving. Laurent Blanc - 20/1 A strangely underwhelming option considering just how much he won as manager at Bordeaux and PSG (plus his many, many trophies during his playing career), but Blanc just isn't considered a top manager across Europe. He is reportedly on Abramovich's radar but remains an outsider for the role. Rui Faria - 25/1 Mourinho's right-hand man has decided to go it alone, and his previous links with Chelsea were always going to mean he was talked about for the job. Rui Faria was Jose Mourinho's assistant at Chelsea Credit: Philip Brown He is, however, being more strongly linked with Benfica, and it is pretty unlikely that Chelsea will give him his first managerial gig. Unai Emery - 25/1 Out of work having left PSG at the end of the season and a long shot for the Chelsea job. His reputation took a hit in France, where he only won seven trophies in two years, having won the Europa League three times in a row with Sevilla. He is clearly a talented manager and will get another top job, but for now he is on the periphery of considerations at Stamford Bridge.
We&#39;re into the busiest week the managerial merry-go-round may ever see, and Antonio Conte&#39;s future is one of the main issues to be resolved. Relations have long-since broken down at Chelsea and there is every expectation that Conte will leave this week, once the spiky issue of a £9 million payout has been addressed. If Conte does leave, there&#39;s a long list of potential replacements at Stamford Bridge, but the bookies have their favourites already... Luis Enrique - 2/1 The most likely man to take charge of Chelsea according to the odds. He has been linked with a move to London for months on end, but for the majority of that time Enrique was also apparently on Arsenal&#39;s radar. With Mikel Arteta looking likely to take the job at the Emirates, Enrique&#39;s chances of going to Chelsea have increased markedly. He is out of work having taken a year off after leaving Barcelona, and should be fresh and raring to take on a new challenge. He does represent an expensive option, so his appointment could hinge on Conte&#39;s willingness to accept a lower pay-off for being sacked. Or if Roman Abramovich gets desperate enough, he might just cough up for Enrique anyway. Maurizio Sarri - 5/2 Sarri has had a successful but frustratingly trophy-shy time at Napoli, and he may be tempted into moving to Chelsea, where he might feel there is a greater chance of winning silverware. Contract talks have broken down between Sarri and his superiors at Napoli Credit: Reuters He admitted at the weekend that he cannot be sure he will stay at Napoli if the club cannot guarantee the players will be there. Contract talks have stalled and club president Aurelio De Laurentiis says &quot;time is up&quot; for Sarri to make a decision. It sounds very much as though the door is open should Chelsea want Sarri as their manager. Antonio Conte - 5/1 The cost of sacking Conte could lead to a stand-off between club and manager. The club do not want to pay Conte to leave, but Conte doesn&#39;t want to leave without being paid. Could stubbornness mean Chelsea end up with the same manager for another year? Conte is one of the most likely options to be in charge of Chelsea for the first game of next season. If that happens there could be an interesting summer in the transfer market. Brendan Rodgers - 6/1 Rodgers has history at Chelsea and may well believe he has achieved all he can at Celtic, where he completed a second successive domestic treble this weekend. Brendan Rodgers has won a double treble at Celtic Credit: PA However, the two clubs have fallen out over a lack of playing time afforded to Charly Musonda, who had been loaned to Celtic, and Rodgers could be in Chelsea&#39;s bad books as a result. Carlo Ancelotti - 6/1 Has been out of work since leaving Bayern Munich last year and a return to Chelsea would be a popular move among the fans. Ancelotti had been linked with the Italy job before Roberto Mancini took it, but he remains out of work and also, just about, in the running for the Arsenal job, too. Could be a good, reliable yet still exciting short-term option. Mauricio Pochettino - 8/1 Chelsea still retain some hope of luring Pochettino across London, probably with the promise of millions in spending money, a lack of which has hamstrung him at Spurs. However, Pochettino looks likely to extend his Tottenham contract and it would be strange for him to jump ship with the new stadium on its way. Leonardo Jardim - 10/1 An exciting young option who has done a wonderful job at Monaco, but may find PSG&#39;s dominance of French football a little frustrating. Chelsea would certainly represent an attractive alternative, though living on the French Riviera probably has its upsides. He has 15 years of managerial experience despite only being 43 years old, and he has also won a few trophies in his time, too. Remains an option. Max Allegri - 14/1 Ruled out leaving Juventus this summer by saying &quot;If they don&#39;t fire me, I see myself as staying at Juventus next year too&quot; last week, as he still feels he has unfinished business in Turin. Massimiliano Allegri exclusive interview He is keen on moving to another country at some point and we will probably see him in the Premier League eventually, but probably not just yet. Jorge Sampaoli - 14/1 Sampaoli is focused on taking Argentina to the World Cup this summer and that may mean he isn&#39;t ready to discuss a new job until after the tournament. Chelsea, meanwhile, might not be willing to wait that long. Diego Simeone - 16/1 The dream move for so many top clubs but Simeone&#39;s love affair with Atletico Madrid is showing no signs of ending just yet. He has just won the Europa League and has a brilliant relationship with everyone at the club, and is thinking about strengthening for next season rather than leaving. Laurent Blanc - 20/1 A strangely underwhelming option considering just how much he won as manager at Bordeaux and PSG (plus his many, many trophies during his playing career), but Blanc just isn&#39;t considered a top manager across Europe. He is reportedly on Abramovich&#39;s radar but remains an outsider for the role. Rui Faria - 25/1 Mourinho&#39;s right-hand man has decided to go it alone, and his previous links with Chelsea were always going to mean he was talked about for the job. Rui Faria was Jose Mourinho&#39;s assistant at Chelsea Credit: Philip Brown He is, however, being more strongly linked with Benfica, and it is pretty unlikely that Chelsea will give him his first managerial gig. Unai Emery - 25/1 Out of work having left PSG at the end of the season and a long shot for the Chelsea job. His reputation took a hit in France, where he only won seven trophies in two years, having won the Europa League three times in a row with Sevilla. He is clearly a talented manager and will get another top job, but for now he is on the periphery of considerations at Stamford Bridge.
Next Chelsea manager odds: From Maurizio Sarri to Leonardo Jardim - who will be in charge next season?
We're into the busiest week the managerial merry-go-round may ever see, and Antonio Conte's future is one of the main issues to be resolved. Relations have long-since broken down at Chelsea and there is every expectation that Conte will leave this week, once the spiky issue of a £9 million payout has been addressed. If Conte does leave, there's a long list of potential replacements at Stamford Bridge, but the bookies have their favourites already... Luis Enrique - 2/1 The most likely man to take charge of Chelsea according to the odds. He has been linked with a move to London for months on end, but for the majority of that time Enrique was also apparently on Arsenal's radar. With Mikel Arteta looking likely to take the job at the Emirates, Enrique's chances of going to Chelsea have increased markedly. He is out of work having taken a year off after leaving Barcelona, and should be fresh and raring to take on a new challenge. He does represent an expensive option, so his appointment could hinge on Conte's willingness to accept a lower pay-off for being sacked. Or if Roman Abramovich gets desperate enough, he might just cough up for Enrique anyway. Maurizio Sarri - 5/2 Sarri has had a successful but frustratingly trophy-shy time at Napoli, and he may be tempted into moving to Chelsea, where he might feel there is a greater chance of winning silverware. Contract talks have broken down between Sarri and his superiors at Napoli Credit: Reuters He admitted at the weekend that he cannot be sure he will stay at Napoli if the club cannot guarantee the players will be there. Contract talks have stalled and club president Aurelio De Laurentiis says "time is up" for Sarri to make a decision. It sounds very much as though the door is open should Chelsea want Sarri as their manager. Antonio Conte - 5/1 The cost of sacking Conte could lead to a stand-off between club and manager. The club do not want to pay Conte to leave, but Conte doesn't want to leave without being paid. Could stubbornness mean Chelsea end up with the same manager for another year? Conte is one of the most likely options to be in charge of Chelsea for the first game of next season. If that happens there could be an interesting summer in the transfer market. Brendan Rodgers - 6/1 Rodgers has history at Chelsea and may well believe he has achieved all he can at Celtic, where he completed a second successive domestic treble this weekend. Brendan Rodgers has won a double treble at Celtic Credit: PA However, the two clubs have fallen out over a lack of playing time afforded to Charly Musonda, who had been loaned to Celtic, and Rodgers could be in Chelsea's bad books as a result. Carlo Ancelotti - 6/1 Has been out of work since leaving Bayern Munich last year and a return to Chelsea would be a popular move among the fans. Ancelotti had been linked with the Italy job before Roberto Mancini took it, but he remains out of work and also, just about, in the running for the Arsenal job, too. Could be a good, reliable yet still exciting short-term option. Mauricio Pochettino - 8/1 Chelsea still retain some hope of luring Pochettino across London, probably with the promise of millions in spending money, a lack of which has hamstrung him at Spurs. However, Pochettino looks likely to extend his Tottenham contract and it would be strange for him to jump ship with the new stadium on its way. Leonardo Jardim - 10/1 An exciting young option who has done a wonderful job at Monaco, but may find PSG's dominance of French football a little frustrating. Chelsea would certainly represent an attractive alternative, though living on the French Riviera probably has its upsides. He has 15 years of managerial experience despite only being 43 years old, and he has also won a few trophies in his time, too. Remains an option. Max Allegri - 14/1 Ruled out leaving Juventus this summer by saying "If they don't fire me, I see myself as staying at Juventus next year too" last week, as he still feels he has unfinished business in Turin. Massimiliano Allegri exclusive interview He is keen on moving to another country at some point and we will probably see him in the Premier League eventually, but probably not just yet. Jorge Sampaoli - 14/1 Sampaoli is focused on taking Argentina to the World Cup this summer and that may mean he isn't ready to discuss a new job until after the tournament. Chelsea, meanwhile, might not be willing to wait that long. Diego Simeone - 16/1 The dream move for so many top clubs but Simeone's love affair with Atletico Madrid is showing no signs of ending just yet. He has just won the Europa League and has a brilliant relationship with everyone at the club, and is thinking about strengthening for next season rather than leaving. Laurent Blanc - 20/1 A strangely underwhelming option considering just how much he won as manager at Bordeaux and PSG (plus his many, many trophies during his playing career), but Blanc just isn't considered a top manager across Europe. He is reportedly on Abramovich's radar but remains an outsider for the role. Rui Faria - 25/1 Mourinho's right-hand man has decided to go it alone, and his previous links with Chelsea were always going to mean he was talked about for the job. Rui Faria was Jose Mourinho's assistant at Chelsea Credit: Philip Brown He is, however, being more strongly linked with Benfica, and it is pretty unlikely that Chelsea will give him his first managerial gig. Unai Emery - 25/1 Out of work having left PSG at the end of the season and a long shot for the Chelsea job. His reputation took a hit in France, where he only won seven trophies in two years, having won the Europa League three times in a row with Sevilla. He is clearly a talented manager and will get another top job, but for now he is on the periphery of considerations at Stamford Bridge.
Andres Iniesta feierte einen tränenreichen Abschied vom FC Barcelona
Andres Iniesta feierte einen tränenreichen Abschied vom FC Barcelona
Andres Iniesta feierte einen tränenreichen Abschied vom FC Barcelona
Andres Iniesta memberikan salam perpisahan saat Barcelona merayakan keberhasilan menjadi juara La Liga musim ini.
Hati Andres Iniesta Tetap di Camp Nou
Andres Iniesta memberikan salam perpisahan saat Barcelona merayakan keberhasilan menjadi juara La Liga musim ini.
Local soccer star Siphiwe &quot;Shabba&quot; Tshabalala was among many South Africans
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Local soccer star Siphiwe "Shabba" Tshabalala was among many South Africans
Local soccer star Siphiwe &quot;Shabba&quot; Tshabalala was among many South Africans
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Local soccer star Siphiwe "Shabba" Tshabalala was among many South Africans

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