1. Andre Villas – Boas
Tipped by many as the next “Special One”, the current Porto manager, only 33 years of age, has already led his side to an amazing treble in his first season in charge at the club, winning the UEFA Europa League, Portuguese Cup and the Portuguese Primeira Liga. By winning the UEFA Europa League on 18th May 2011, Andre Villas – Boas became the youngest manager ever to win a European competition.
2. Guus Hiddink
The current Turkey manager had previously had an amazing time at Chelsea back in 2009, winning the FA Cup by beating Everton 2-1 in the Wembley stadium before departing Stamford Bridge. Despite players like John Terry, Petr Cech and Michael Ballack all begging for him to stay, Hiddink did not alter his decision. The Dutch is without doubt a well-known manager across the globe, he has previously led Netherlands to the semi-finals of the 1998 FIFA World Cup, South Korea to a famous fourth place finish in the 2002 FIFA World Cup, Australia to their best ever finish in the 2006 FIFA World Cup and Russia to the semi-finals of Euro 2008.
3. Jose Mourinho
Personally, I don’t really think that Jose Mourinho might be making a shock return back to Chelsea, but as the current Real Madrid manager has stated before that he is not ruling out a return back to Stamford Bridge, there are still possibilities that we might see Mourinho as the manager of Chelsea next season. During his three-year reign at Chelsea, he has led the Blues to back-to-back Premier League titles, two league cups and an FA Cup victory.
So who’s next at Chelsea?