- Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner has dismissed suggestions of taking the Chelsea post next season
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Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner has waved away rumours over becoming Chelsea’s boss next season, as the Daily Mail reports.
Wagner has emerged as one of the upcoming managers to watch as the 46-year-old guided Huddersfield to Premier League promotion as the Terriers are six points above from the relegation zone with four games to play.
When speaking in Friday’s press conference, the Daily Mail quotes Wagner revealing he has no intentions of departing from his current club.
“I have so many things to do and so many things to think about. Even my day is only 24 hours and I have much more important things to do when you work for this club rather than think about anything else.”
As Antonio Conte is likely to be leaving Chelsea in the summer, it would be a surprise to see a coach with Wagner’s calibre being appointed by the Blues.
It would make more sense to go for an A-list manager that can propel Chelsea back to the big stage in what’s been a disappointing campaign for the club.