Luis Enrique has opened up on what will stop him from coming to Chelsea; Here is what he said

Luis Enrique has opened up on what will stop him from coming to Chelsea; Here is what he said.

Chelsea has been tipped to have a new manager sooner and Luis Enrique is looking just like the man to do the job very very well but come to think of it, what if he was not able to make it to Chelsea due to one reason or another?


He has always stated that he will love to work in England at some point but there are series of constraints that are holding him and these are the things he is looking at before making the Choice to come to Chelsea and some of these can be very daring.

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It was about his wife and her refusal to move to England.


Luis Enriue could have a problem coming to Chelsea at the time and just this morning he opened up on what will stop him from replacing Graham Potter at Chelsea and here is what he said;

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“I’d like to manage in England at some point,” Luis Enrique told FourFourTwo in 2013. “My wife wouldn’t like the weather, she’s from Barcelona and likes the sun. It would depend on the team and the football they played.”

But then again, will Potter stay even after this?

Of course, it remains a hypothetical scenario while the Chelsea board maintain faith in Potter’s management. The 47-year-old has only won two of his last 16 games, despite overseeing a £323million spend in January, and his side have not scored a goal in four of their last five matches.

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Much could depend on how the Blues fare in their next games against Leeds and Borussia Dortmund, with their chances of finishing in the top four all but over following their 2-0 defeat to Tottenham.

But with a talented 33-man squad and an owner flushed with cash, managing the chaotic west London club remains an attractive proposition – and Luis Enrique could be the man to take over if Potter is axed.

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