Brendan Rodgers spotted near Chelsea looking at schools

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Earlier this week there was plenty of speculation surrounding Brendan Rodgers regarding a potential takeover at Chelsea after he was spotted on the tube in London.

The former Liverpool boss is on the lookout for a new job following his departure from Anfield last month, and set tongues wagging when he was spotted in a suit at Waterloo station, with some claiming he was on his way to Chelsea's Cobham training base.

Now more fuel has been added to the fire after it was claimed that both Rodgers and his partner Charlotte Hind were present during an open morning at an independent school close to Chelsea's training ground.

That's according to the Mirror, who also say Chelsea assistant Rui Faria was present at the open day for the £5,000-per-term school which is also located close to QPR and Fulham - both of whom are on the lookout for new managers.

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is under pressure following a woeful start to the season, and reports have also claimed that Carlo Ancelotti is in line to replace the Special One if he can't turn things around at Stamford Bridge.

A report earlier this week claimed that Mourinho had the confidence of Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich and his job isn't at risk - despite claims that he could lose it going into the international break earlier this month.

Both Chelsea and Liverpool fans took to Twitter to express their surprise that Rodgers was spotted in London earlier this week.

It seems unlikely that any changes will be made at Stamford Bridge before the Premier League resumes later this month, despite Chelsea's 1-0 defeat against Stoke. Mourinho will have his next chance to get the Blues' season back on track against Norwich on November 21.

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