Three different managers have led the Blues this season, with Champions League champion Thomas Tuchel being fired in September 2022.
Frank Lampard returned to Stamford Bridge as the interim manager after Graham Potter’s 31-game reign.
Since then, a number of contenders have been mentioned in connection with the most prestigious Premier League position, but according to The Telegraph, Pochettino has agreed to assume control.
Pochettino, who is also the former head coach of Southampton and Tottenham is currently unemployed after leaving Paris Saint-Germain at the conclusion of the 2021–22 season.
Pochettino has a wealth of experience in the English Premier League and led Spurs to the Champions League final in 2019, but he will take over a Chelsea team that has struggled mightily this season.
Despite spending almost £600 million during the past two transfer windows, they will undoubtedly place in the bottom half of the standings.