With fans calling for the Argentine's head following the humiliating loss at the Emirates Stadium, will Boehly and Co. stick with the former Tottenham boss or part ways?

Chelsea traveled to Arsenal on Tuesday and suffered their worst defeat in history against the Gunners, losing 5-0 at the Emirates Stadium. As a result, several fans are either demanding Mauricio Pochettino get sacked or are asking questions about the Argentine's Stamford Bridge future.

But is the South American's future in West London truly under question? The Daily Mail has dropped a report following that humiliating loss which offers some insight into Pochettino's job security.

The former Tottenham boss was brought in to help nurture Chelsea's young players. This is something he became famous for during his successful spells at Southampton and later Tottenham.

However, at Stamford Bridge, there is increased pressure to deliver silverware right away and the Blues are headed for another trophyless campaign. Additionally, Palmer and Co. will be without European football for a second consecutive season.

And while several reports claim that Pochettino will remain in charge of Chelsea for the upcoming campaign, the Daily Mail reports that this might not be the case. The 52-year-old's job is not as secure as many think.

While Boehly and Co. have not made the decision to sack the Argentine, a summer review will take place. Pochettino is loved at Stamford Bridge but results like this could easily shift that opinion.

Regardless, Pochettino could still remain in charge due to one key reason: a lack of alternatives. Under Boehly's ownership, Chelsea have spent ludicrous amounts of money but have acquired a poorly assembled squad of inexperienced youngsters. As a result, most top-tier managers will be reluctant to join the English giants.

Despite splashing the cash, Chelsea have a leaky defense and boast no reliable goalscorer in the final third. These are issues that Thomas Tuchel, Graham Potter, and now Pochettino have all struggled to address in training.

Additionally, with the Blues facing profit and sustainability issues, any new manager will not be able to adequately address these problems in the transfer window. As a result, the best in the business will likely stay as clear as possible from Stamford Bridge should the owners decide to part ways with their current head coach.