Stamford Bridge return on the cards.
Well respected German source BILD claims that Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho has already agreed a deal to return to Chelsea this summer in a move that will no doubt please the Stamford Bridge masses.
The 50 year old Portuguese manager, who is still held in high regard by Blues fans, is seemingly set for a Real Madrid exit this summer and a move back to his former West London stamping ground has been touted for some weeks now.
This source also believes that Russia billionaire will bring in Atletico Madrid striker Radamel Falcao, at a cost of €60m (£51m), as the first signing of Mourinho’s second spell at the Premier League club.
Mourinho had a successful first spell at Chelsea between 2004 and 2007, during which time he won two Premier League titles as well as an FA Cup and two League Cups.
Though the ‘Special One’ helped Real Madrid to win the La Liga last term he has fallen out with a number of his first team squad as well as a portion of the club’s support and there is every chance he will leave the Spanish giants at the end of the current campaign.
Colombian forward Falcao is one of the most feared strikers in European football and is being pursued by a number of top sides, Abramovich will hope he can win the race to sign the former FC Porto man, with Atletico Madrid looking likely to sell the player if a big money offer is made.
The 27 year old would help boost a Chelsea attack that has seen Fernando Torres continue to struggle for form this term, going 15 Premier League matches without a goal.