4. Carlo Ancelotti
The Italian had a very successful two years the London club between, guiding them to the Premier League and FA Cup double in 2009/10.
And it’s safe to say, after winning Real Madrid their 10th Champions League crown, European Super Cup, Club World Cup and Copa del Rey, it’s safe to say the 56-year-old hasn’t lost that winning formula.
Another who is unemployed at the minute after he was harshly fired by the Spanish giants in the summer, Ancelotti would be a financially sound option.
However, despite his love for London and the Blues, it remains to be seen if he’d return after he was sacked by Abramovich.