Former Chelsea manager Graham Potter wanted by seven-time Champions League winners

Photo: Getty images

Former Chelsea manager Graham Potter is wanted by Italian giants and seven-time Champions League winners AC Milan, according to talkSPORT via The Sun.

The former Chelsea and Brighton manager is among the candidates AC Milan is eyeing to helm the club after the season concludes.

Notably, Potter is not the sole former Chelsea manager in contention; Antonio Conte, who has been unemployed for ten months following his departure from Tottenham last March, is believed to be the frontrunner on this elite list.

This potential opportunity with AC Milan emerges as a significant boost for Potter, who has been without a managerial role for ten months since his departure from Chelsea.

Despite his desire to return to management, Potter has found opportunities scarce after his tenure at Chelsea, where he managed only 12 wins in 31 games, leading to a decline in his managerial stature.

However, the perspective on Potter’s performance could be shifting, especially in light of Mauricio Pochettino’s current struggles, which make Potter’s record appear less problematic by comparison.