Special One claims it was an ‘easy decision’ to return to Stamford Bridge.
Jose Mourinho has claimed his decision to move back to Chelsea was an ‘easy’ one to make, according to BBC Sport.
It a move that was widely expected amongst the football world, Portuguese boss Mourinho left Real Madrid and will once again take over the reins at Stamford Bridge.
The 50 year old has reportedly signed a four year deal with the London club.
Mourinho helped Real Madrid to beat Barcelona to the La Liga title last season but a poor start saw them irreparably concede ground to their Catalan rivals in the early parts of this season.
There were also reports of player unrest in the Bernabeu dressing room with Spanish newspaper Marca reporting in January that club captains Iker Casillas and Sergio Ramos had told club officials that they would be handing in transfer requests should Mourinho remain in charge beyond the summer.
Mourinho’s relationship with Casillas was especially fractious, causing resentment amongst the more established Real Madrid stars as well as with the club’s fans.
The Special One is unlikely to be suffer the same problems at Stamford Bridge, where is fondly remembered by the likes of Petr Cech, John Terry and Frank Lampard, as well as remaining popular amongst the Chelsea faithful.