Grant accepts uncertain future

Blues boss admits his fate lies in the hands of others

Avram Grant has admitted that there is a possibility he may not be charge at Chelsea next season.

The Israeli's future remains shrouded in doubt, despite leading the Blues to a runners-up spot in the Premier League and the UEFA Champions League final.

Speculation continues to suggest that even victory over Manchester United in next Wednesday's European showpiece would not be enough to prevent him being shown the door at Stamford Bridge this summer.

With Sven Goran Eriksson, Guus Hiddink, Roberto Mancini and Frank Rijkaard having all been linked with the Chelsea hot seat of late, Grant acknowledges that his tenure may be coming to an end.


"If the club is not happy with me, no problem," he said.

"If I'm not happy with them and I want to leave, I don't think they will make any problems either.

"But, for the moment, nothing happens.

"What is going to happen doesn't bother me.


"In football we know what happens. Sometimes the coach doesn't like the team, sometimes the team doesn't like the coach.

"You know when you are at a top club because when we won nine games in a row - which we did to set a record - and then we drew, it was a disaster."

He continued: "We'll talk about next year after the final.

"The target is to win the game, then we will talk about the future. But I promise you the future will be very good at Chelsea."