Former real Madrid Boss Guus Hiddink has emerged as a shock replacement to Jose Mourinho, after the former Blues boss was sacked yesterday, due to dismal performances by his team this season.
The EPL defending champions are just a point above relegation zone, with 20 points behind league leader Leicester City.
Report according to various English media claims that Netherlands tactician Hiddink had arrived Stamford Bridge ahead of his appointment as the new Chelsea boss.
However, the experienced tactician is tipped to replace Mourinho on a temporary basis, pending when prime target Pep Guardiola or Diego Simeone would be available in the summer.
Hiddink was given a similar role at Chelsea in 2011, when Brazilian manager Luiz Felipe Scolari was shown the exit door to Stamford Bridge, after a dismal performance.
During the 69-year old tactician first spell with the Blues, he only lost one march while leading the Blues to won the FA Cup.
He has also won great trophies such as the European Cup now Europa Cup with PSV Eindhoven, Intercontinental Cup with Real Madrid, Fourth Place position with South Korea in FIFA World Cup among other great achievements.