Carragher has explained he would be very surprised if Antonio Conte is still in charge of Chelsea in 12 months’ time.
Antonio Conte steered Chelsea to the Premier League title last term - his debut campaign with the Blues.
However, after missing out on several key summer transfer targets, the Italian tactician has voiced his concerns.
Chelsea have a long history of dispensing with their managers too soon, as Jose Mourinho and Carlo Ancelotti can well testify.
And Carragher has compared Chelsea to Real Madrid, highlighting how the duo’s ‘ruthless business models’ means firing bosses is a tradition that is likely to continue.
“I’ll be very surprised if he’s Chelsea manager when I’m sitting here in 12 months’ time,” Carragher said on Sky Sports.
“I think he’s the type of manager that won’t accept involvement from people above especially on the back of winning the title.
“He won’t go quietly. It’s not great for the club when he is speaking the way he is.
“It’s very similar to what happened with Liverpool and Rafa Benitez.
“Chelsea have a certain business model - a very ruthless one.
“It’s a bit like Real Madrid where they don’t value the manager like other clubs do.
“They’re not scared to get rid of a top boss after 12 months - I suppose they can’t complain won more trophies than anyone else.”
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