Luis Enrique had a disappointing end to his Spain managerial career after exiting the World Cup in the last 16 to Morocco.
He retired from professional football in 2004 and began his coaching career in 2008.
- Luis Enrique has managed several clubs during his coaching career, including Roma, Celta Vigo, and Barcelona
- He led Barcelona to a treble in his first season as manager in 2014-2015, winning the La Liga, Copa del Rey, and UEFA Champions League.
- Enrique managed Spain from 2019-2022
Luis Enrique has flown into London for talks on taking over the manager's job at Chelsea, sources have told ESPN. pic.twitter.com/kI4ImJXkSi— ESPN UK (@ESPNUK) April 5, 2023
According to ESPN, Luis Enrique is not the only option to take over at Stamford Bridge, sources said, with other names in the frame, but the club have viewed him as a priority candidate for some time.
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