Get French Football News recent published a story coming from France about the champions of England, Chelsea, stating that owner Roman Abramovich was already making some interesting backup plans for life after Jose Mourinho, just in case. The report stated that though there was no confirmation of a sack happening yet, there were talks about what would happen once the Blues would part ways with the Portuguese boss.
It seems that the west London side already had someone in mind to replace the former Real Madrid boss, if he was fired from his job. The man being considered to come to Stamford Bridge was AS Monaco’s Leonardo Jardim, should Mourinho be sent packing his bags with Chelsea looking to offer the Ligue 1 outfit €10m for their manager.
That is some amount for Jardim, who is highly talented indeed and could make a difference for the Londoners, after a horrific start to the new season under Mourinho.