Carlo Ancelotti will reportedly be sacked as Chelsea manager if his side are beaten by Manchester United this afternoon
Ancelotti takes his Chelsea side to Old Trafford today for the title decider, with the Blues trailing the league leaders by three points.
The two sides are level on goal difference ahead of this afternoon's game and a win for the west London club will take them level on points with the Red Devils.
But defeat would all but end Chelsea's title hopes and according to The Sun, Ancelotti's future as manager at Stamford Bridge rests on the result of this game.
Speaking ahead of the crunch clash, Ancelotti admitted: "It’s not crazy to think that the club can change.
"Every club has this possibility to change the manager at the end of the season if they want to.
"I’ve said I don’t have a problem. I’ve tried to do my best. But the club has to check my job.
"If they consider my job is good, I’ll stay. If they don’t consider it good, they can change.
"I would like to stay but I am very quiet and calm."
Ancelotti is believed to be ready to start with Fernando Torres rather than Didier Drogba, despite that decision backfiring when he tried it in the Champions League last month.
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