Chelsea are seeking a new manager to take over from Guus Hiddink, when he leaves in the summer.
There have been many names thrown into that hat, and it seems there is one more to add.
Chelsea are reportedly looking into a potential offer for France boss Didier Deschamps, which Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich feels may install long term stability in the club.
The 47 year olds contract with France ends after Euro 2016, this may enable him to serve at Stamford Bridge for many years, giving the team a much needed sense of stability.
Deschamps has been to Chelsea before, as he played as a midfielder in 2000. He also speaks good English, which could make it easier for him to settle into the team.