3. Juande Ramos
One the fans wouldn’t be too pleased with, especially if you look at his spell with Tottenham, but Juande Ramos could be an option for Chelsea.
After arriving in England with a top reputation, the Spaniard had a terrible time at Spurs.
He did guide the North London club to the League Cup in 2009 but in the top flight he oversaw their worst ever start to a league campaign and was replaced by Harry Redknapp in October 2009.
The 61-year-old has been out of the game since leaving Dnipro in the summer of 2014 but could be offered the Blues job on a temporary basis.