Graham Potter has two games to save Chelsea job
Chelsea manager Graham Potter has been given two games to save his job, according to The Telegraph.
The west London giants have been in a dreadful run of form and they have won just two of their previous 15 games.
As a result, Potter has received huge criticism from the fans and the patience could be running out with the owners too.
The Telegraph cite that Potter will need to change the club's fortunes over the next two games in order to save his job.
The Blues entertain Leeds United in the Premier League before they host Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League.
With home advantage for both games, the owners will likely expect the Blues to return to winning ways with big displays.
Anything other than that could pave the way for Potter's exit. Chelsea will need to compensate big if they decide to sack him.
Chelsea are currently 14 points behind the top four of the league. They seem on course for a season without European football.