The Premier League side Chelsea is currently in a state where many things are unclear. Some people are calling this season of Chelsea to be chaotic one as they were located in the bottom spots of the Premier League and this is why the head chiefs of the club decided to sack Jose Mourinho as the Portuguese manager was leading the team to a string of underwhelming results.
Following the dismissal of Jose Mourinho, GuusHiddink was appointed as the interim manager; the Dutch coach will stay in charge of Chelsea for the remaining months of the season. The arrival of GuusHiddink has given Chelsea some calmness but many things in Stamford Bridge are still up in the air.
There are players who have been underperforming in this season who are rumored to be leaving the club maybe in this winter transfer window or in the upcoming transfer window and another question that is still flying around is who will take charge of Chelsea after GuusHiddink leaves at the end of the current season.
There is a list of possible managers who could be appointed as the next permanent manager including the likes of: Diego Simeone, Pep Guardiola, Antonio Conte and even Didier Drogba.
Didier Drogba is not as experienced as the other managers but the influence that he has made in Stamford Bridge in these past few years is something unparalleled. The African player has already had a managerial position in the club as he used to be a player-coach in Stamford Bridge and there are rumors going on suggesting that Drogba might make a return to Chelsea and help them recover from their recent slump.
These are nothing more than just rumors which have been building up in the past few days and weeks, still no official statement or confirmation has been released to the public. Roman Abramovich and his team have to sit down and pick the right man who is capable of sparking life back into Chelsea and even though Didier Drogba is not a world renowned manager, he has been the savior of the Premier League club on many occasions and Chelsea needs some who can perform miracles in Stamford Bridge, Didier Drogba might be the man to do it.