Former Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is expected to become Chelsea’s new manager this summer, according to reports. Chelsea’s recruitment team has interviewed several candidates, including Julian Nagelsmann and Luis Enrique, but Pochettino is now the front-runner for the role. Frank Lampard, who is currently serving as interim manager, has backed the club’s decision to explore all options with their next managerial appointment. Lampard also believes that Chelsea needs to abandon their previous strategy of frequently changing managers in order to build long-term success. He cited City, Liverpool, and Arsenal as examples of clubs that have had success with long-term managers.