Published On: Sun, Mar 31st, 2013

Former boss to return to Chelsea

Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho is set to come back to Chelsea in the summer, according to the Express.

The ‘Special One’ returning to Stamford Bridge may see another Portuguese man returning to the Premier League with him, as Mourinho wants to bring Cristiano Ronaldo to Chelsea, the newspaper claims.

Coming Home

Chelsea interim manager Rafael Benitez is likely to leave the club and will be replaced. The Express believe that Mourinho is in discussions with the club and will be the manager next season.

The manager-chairman affairs have been improved and Roman Abramovich feels that the former gaffer has unfinished business at Stamford Bridge.

Mourinho won two Premier League titles during his time at Chelsea, and they have only won one more since his departure in 2007.

The Russian billionaire will hope bringing back the arrogance of Mourinho will make his side more of a title challenger for Manchester City and Manchester United.

Ronaldo

The second clause of the Mourinho return is the hope of bringing the former Man Utd winger Ronaldo to Stamford Bridge.

Ronaldo’s contract runs out in June 2014 at Madrid, and the ‘Special One’ wants to bring him to the Bridge when he goes, according to the newspaper.

The Portuguese winger will most likely cost the same amount that Chelsea bought Fernando Torres for – £50million – an amount that Abramovich will have to part with to sign Ronaldo, it is claimed.

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