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Chelsea Next Manager Odds: Graham Potter Given a 65% Chance to be Chelsea's Next Manager

After losing in the Champions League to Dinamo Zagreb, Chelsea has decided to part ways with Thomas Tuchel. Today, we'll be looking at the Chelsea Next Manager odds, and who sportsbooks think will land the position.
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Chelsea Next Manager Odds: Graham Potter Given a 65% Chance to be Chelsea's Next Manager

Thomas Tuchel took over as Chelsea's manager during the 2020-2021 season and saw immediate success. He went 60-16-24 as their manager winning the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Super Cup, and Fifa Club World Cup in 2021.

While Tuchel did have success during his brief run with Chelsea, they hold their team to a very high standard and after a slow start this year, they decided to part ways with their manager.

Chelsea is just 3-1-2 in the Premier League, in sixth place right now. They are also coming off an embarrassing 1-0 loss to Dinamo Zagreb in a Champions League group match.

So, who is going to take over for Chelsea? Let's look at the latest Chelsea Next Manager odds.

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Chelsea Next Manager Odds

NameOddsImplied Chance
Graham Potter-18765.23%
Mauricio Pochettino+50016.67%
Zinedine Zidane+16005.88%
Brendan Rodgers+28003.45%

Graham Potter -187 (Bet $187 to win $100)

Graham Potter is the odds on favorite to take over as Chelsea's next manager according to the odds. Potter is the manager at Brighton but was granted permission to speak with Chelsea.

In 135 matches, he is 42-47-46 as Brighton's manager. He had much greater success earlier in his coaching career at Ostersund from 2011 to 2018 where he won 51% of his matches.

Mauricio Pochettino +500 (Bet $100 to win $500)

Another potential target for Chelsea is Mauricio Pochettino. Pochettino was most recently the manager at Paris Saint-Germain. Ironically, the manager he replaced was Thomas Tuchel and he may have the opportunity to do it again.

PSG underachieved during his tenure and ultimately, they decided to move on in July. He plays a high-pressing and attacking style that could be a good fit for Chelsea going forward.


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