Andre Villas-Boas has been sacked by Chelsea and despite the club being currently controlled by the former boss’ assistant, it doesn’t take any smart man to suggest that Abramovich is fond of the idea of Mourinho returning to the club that first made him “The Special One”.
That idea has been fueled with the speculation that the Portuguese coach has already look up for places in England and the man himself admitted to have gone there although he does not disclose any reason to the public.
If the current Real Madrid manager is interested to take over the job at Chelsea, there should be a boatload of cash that needs to be prepared by the Russian owner to compensate Los Blancos for his expensive contract.
Mourinho left Chelsea as the most successful manager in the club’s history, having won numerous trophies for the London side in three years. He was also unbeatable in all home league games under his guidance.