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Chelsea's next manager candidate 'reveals' shocking matter about Roberto De Zerbi finally comes to light


Chelsea continue to conduct due diligence on potential new managers as they await appointment Third permanent head coaching appointment in less than two years.

 The Blues have now reduced their number of candidates to two.

 Manchester United's wait to publicly announce their support or dismissal of Erik ten Hag could have an impact on  how things turn out.

 The game has really gone well now,  Watson.

 There's more work to be done to nominate potential suitors, but with so much at stake, those running the operation are running out of time.

 Here, has the latest research news.

 Eden Hazard has teased the club towards former Chelsea team-mate Cesc Fabregas as they search for a replacement for Mauricio Pochettino.

 A week after the Argentine's last match as head coach, several names are still  being considered for the position.

 Roberto De Zerbi (we'll come back to this later) was one of them, along with Enzo Maresca. understands that Thomas Frank and Kieran McKenna are also involved.

 However, Hazard has given Chelsea another name on the list.

 When asked if he thought it would be De Zerbi, he replied: "Maybe.

 I also have my friend  in Como.

 He could be the first manager.

" With a wink, he left.

 Speaking of Fabregas, who is currently working as an assistant at newly promoted Italian club Como, Hazard certainly retains his carefree approach to things. says: In a world dominated by Spanish midfielders turned managers, Fabregas would be on par with Chelsea's Xabi Alonso or Arteta.

 The problem is that before taking on big roles, both of them had  more experience in this field.

 Fabregas would be a very popular player at Stamford Bridge (and his excellent singing voice is still heard every week), but when it comes to the development of  this team, perhaps there is a reason why he is not really considered an option.

 Perhaps as an assistant, what we assumed Hazard meant when he described himself as 'the first coach', there has been some debate.

 However, and not to tone things down or take this  too seriously, Chelsea are looking to the professionals and perhaps not  too open to a man so early in their coaching career.

 Fabregas has only been an assistant  at Como for 6 months, having previously played 5 matches as goalkeeper and 9 matches for the U19 team.

 Maybe someday, Cesc.

 De Zerbi leads  From not being on the initial shortlist to now leading the race, discussions have become increasingly heated.

 On Sunday, it was revealed  that the Italian was indeed being considered by Chelsea alongside a final shortlist of McKenna, Maresca and Frank, ending the search for a 'mystery' candidate.

 De Zerbi is now  more than just a player, some even say he is now the favourite.

 Meanwhile, other reports describe him as  Maresca, with even more whispers that, in reality, Chelsea's decision-makers are still unable to agree on a name.

 With two public co-owners (Todd Boehly and Behdad Eghbali, not forgetting Clearlake Capital's Jose E Feliciano  and the rest of the group) as well as co-sports directors Paul Winstanley and Laurence Stewart, there's a lot going on.

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