Everton boss David Moyes and Swansea’s Michael Laudrup are likely to be on the shortlist for the Chelsea manager’s job in the summer, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Bayern Munich’s appointment of Pep Guardiola – the man widely considered to be Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich’s first choice – had led to renewed speculation about who will take over at Stamford Bridge, where Rafael Benitez is in interim charge.
Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp has been touted as a candidate but the Telegraph believe he may be keen to succeed Joachim Low as Germany boss.
As well as Moyes and Laudrup, Low and Atletico Madrid’s Diego Simeone are also tipped to be on the shortlist.
The Daily Mirror, meanwhile, say Chelsea legend Gianfranco Zola has emerged as a serious contender for the job.
Two Italian clubs have shown some interest in Jose Bosingwa, the Mirror believe.
QPR want the defender, who was recently fined for refusing to be a substitute, out of Loftus Road during the transfer window but he has a lucrative contract and will not be easy to offload.
There are more allegations about his conduct, with the Mirror suggesting he has been warned about being late for training, has been difficult when he does take part and ignores his team-mates by listening to music on his headphones.
A source is quoted as saying: “It is very difficult. He has fallen out with the boss and now doesn’t want to be there, but is on a big contract.
“He has been one of the most difficult players at a club some of the players have ever seen. He turns up, listens to music and clearly wants to move on.”
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