Chelsea may have picked up a vital comeback victory away at Cardiff on Sunday, easing the pressure on Maurizio Sarri, but that hasn’t stopped press questioning potential candidates to take the Blues job next.
In quotes via the Metro, Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Nuno Espirito Santo was dismissing talk with a potential summer vacancy at Stamford Bridge, as well as asking if he was happy to remain with his Wolves side;
No comments, it doesn’t mean anything.”
I consider myself a happy person, yes.”
Yes [I am happy in my job], with the problems and difficulties that are involved but at the same time, it is a moment of joy, especially total dedication to what I must do and what we must do to keep on becoming better and growing. Focused.”
Nuno Espirito Santo’s stock will rise even more should they navigate their way past Watford into the FA Cup final, as well as potential European qualification.
Champions League qualification will surely be the absolute minimum for Maurizio Sarri, if he is to stand a chance of keeping his job – be it through the league or winning the Europa League.

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