Chelsea head-coach Maurizio Sarri has reportedly been given two weeks in order to save his job at Stamford Bridge.
According to the Telegraph reports, the team wants Sarri to concentrate on Europa League and win the silverware and secure qualification to the Champions League.
Questions were raised over Sarri’s position at the club after a terrible 6-0 loss to Man City this weekend.
However, the Italian looks set to remain at Stamford Bridge being with a crucial run of upcoming schedules.
Sarri remains in charge of Chelsea despite the embarrassing defeat and trained the team on Monday morning, despite concerns over his position.
The Blues are in action again later this week when they face Malmo in the first leg of their Europa League 1/32 tie.
February could be a defining month for the Italian manager and the Blues this campaign, with the Carabao Cup final to come against the Manchester City, while the West London club also face Manchester United in the FA Cup tournaments and Tottenham Hotspur in the English top-tier.
Meanwhile, Chelsea and Man Utd have reportedly been given hope of securing services of Brazilian midfielder Philippe Coutinho from La Liga giants Barcelona this summer.
Former Inter Mila nand Liverpool forward has completed a dream move to Camp Nou during the January transfer window after Spanish giants agreed to pay Liverpool an initial £105million to secure his services.
While he won the three titles in the first few months of his career at La Liga giants, Coutinho is now being rumoured with departure from the club after a frustrating season at Nou Camp.