Bundesliga boss makes Chelsea move decision


Stuttgart manager Sebastian Hoeness has made a decision about possibly taking over CHELSEA it has been claimed.

The headlines right now surrounding the club is all about what manager will be brought into the club after that board made the decision to part ways with Mauricio Pochettino after just one season.

There has been some big names linked with a move to Stamford Bridge – some world class bosses – and Hoeness was another name that the board have made contact with about a move to London.

He has just led Stuttgart to Champions League football for next season – but the latest from Sky Germany’s Florian Plettenberg, speaking on Sky Sports News, is that the German boss will not be moving to the Blues.

“Chelsea have enquired about Stuttgart manager Sebastian Hoeness in recent weeks. But I am totally convinced he will stay in Stuttgart to play in the Champions League with them.

“He extended his contract there a few weeks ago until 2027 with some exit options. CHELSEA had him on the list, a big, big thing for Hoeness but it’s not the job for him right now.

“It’s been a big, big development in Stuttgart, one of the best teams this season. It’s a big surprise what he has done with Stuttgart.

“They have a good squad, but they have finished second place in the Bundesliga, one place behind Bayer Leverkusen and one ahead of Bayern Munich. ”


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