Potter 'favorite for shock supervisor job at Ligue 1 giants' after Chelsea sacking


GRAHAM POTTER is reportedly being linked with a return to administration with Ligue 1 facet Good.

The English coach, 48, was sacked by Chelsea in April after simply seven months in cost.


Graham Potter was sacked by Chelsea at the start of AprilCredit score: Getty Pictures – Getty

Days later he was mooted as a possible candidate for the vacant Leicester function following the dismissal of Brendan Rodgers.

However he dominated himself out of the working for the place as he eyed a while away from soccer.

However based on L’Equipe, he may now be set to return to the game simply seven weeks after being axed by Chelsea.

French membership Good, who boast ex-Premier League stars comparable to Aaron Ramsey, Ross Barkley and Kasper Schmeichel, are understood to have an interest within the former Brighton boss.

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Ex-Borussia Dortmund boss Lucien Favre was appointed in the summertime however lasted simply 5 months earlier than being dismissed in January.

Didier Digard has taken interim cost till the tip of the season – they usually sit ninth within the desk with two video games remaining.

However they’re on the hunt for a everlasting head coach and Potter may effectively be their man.

Good are owned by British billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe – who is without doubt one of the main bidders within the race to buy Manchester United.


And conferences are stated to have already taken place about bringing the Solihull-born supervisor to Ligue 1.

Together with Potter, Good are additionally eager on Brighton’s present supervisor Roberto De Zerbi.

Nevertheless, he isn’t seen as a sensible goal given the Seagulls have now certified for the Europa League.

Bologna boss Thiago Motta, Lens supervisor Franck Haise and Lorient head coach Regis Le Bris are additionally within the body.

Supply hyperlink – thesun.co.uk

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