Monday, 21 February 2011

Ancelotti to be rescued by Roma?

According to The Daily Telegraph, Italian side Roma are keen on saving Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti from his Stamford Bridge crisis.

Roma are managerless after Claudio Ranieri, ironically a former Chelsea man himself, resigned after they conceded a three-goal lead and lost 4-3 to Genoa - their fourth successive defeat.

It is now thought that Ancelotti is top of Roma's wish list, and according to reports in London, the Italian is keen on leaving Chelsea, especially after Saturday's FA Cup defeat against Everton, which leaves them with the Champions League as their only realistic chance of Silverware.

Roman Abramovich is understood to have held crisis talks with senior Chelsea officials in response to Saturday's loss. The Chelsea owner splashed over £75m in January, and is believed to be keen on investing even more into the club, but will his next signing be a new Manager?

Matt Dawe

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