Luis Enrique will sign ‘Son-in-law’ if he become Chelsea manager

February 8, 2023

Former Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique has emerged as one of the favorites to become Chelsea’s next manager

Luis Enrique, who most recently served as the head coach of Barcelona, has emerged as a leading candidate to take over as the manager of Chelsea, should that position become available at the West London club. Reports have indicated that Enrique would be interested in signing Barcelona forward Ferran Torres if the player were to sign with an English team.

The Blues are in the midst of a difficult 2022–2023 Premier League season; they have accumulated 30 points from 21 games and are presently ranked ninth in the league table. In September of the previous year, Graham Potter took over as the team’s manager, succeeding Thomas Tuchel. However, the performances of the team have not shown any significant signs of progress since that time.

The performance of the Chelsea team has not improved under the direction of the former manager of Brighton, who has come under intense scrutiny in recent weeks. In the last 12 games that they’ve played, in all competitions, his side just has two victories to show for it. In those encounters, the Blues have managed to score a total of only four goals.

As part of new owner Todd Boehly’s commitment to making significant investments in the team’s roster, the Blues shelled out over 330 million euros during the transfer window that just finished up in January.

However, if Potter is unable to turn things around before the start of the next season, there are mounting concerns that he may be shown the door out of the program. Luis Enrique is one of the individuals who has been suggested as a potential successor to the position. According to’s reports, Enrique has a chance of convincing Barcelona and Spain winger Ferran Torres to follow him to Chelsea.

It is widely believed that the forward is Enrique’s personal favorite. Enrique mentored him during his time with the Spanish national team, and the coach would be thrilled to work with him again at Stamford Bridge.