Chelsea: 12 Million a Year and Cristiano Ronaldo Will Bring Mourinho Back

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Chelsea: 12 Million a Year and Cristiano Ronaldo Will Bring Mourinho Back
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So there have been a lot of rumours flying about after the sacking of Andre Villas-Boas about the next Chelsea manager.

All the best managers around the world have had their name thrown in the mix, but who would be crazy enough to take on what seems to be one of the hardest jobs in football.

Former manager Luiz Scolari has this to say about Chelsea’s manager troubles: 'It will be hell for whoever succeeds him. The move to sack Villas-Boas is strange, but not so strange to me because of what I went through there. Some things are known, like the relations with the owner and his relationship with some of the players. ‘

Roberto Di Matteo was put in control of Chelsea on a temporary basis until the end of the season and will face off against Birmingham for his first game in charge.

It seems to be that Real Madrid Manager Jose Mourinho is the first name on Ambramovich's most wanted list.

The man who was once forced out of Stamford Bridge by Abramovich is now wanted back in a bizarre twist of fate.

Jose Mourinho has been rumoured to have fallen out with Real Madrid president Florentino Perez, which could see him exiting the Bernabau come the end of the season.

Mourinho was spotted in London house-hunting fueling speculation of an imminent return to the Premier League.

But it won’t be easy luring the "Special One" back to Stamford Bridge, who supposedly wants 12 million a year a long with his star player Ronaldo joining him.

Cristiano Ronaldo, despite his fantastic goal scoring record, has become disillusioned with life in Madrid with the fan’s seeming to turn on the Portuguese striker.

Whether any of this happens is yet to be seen but I think most Chelsea fans would love the return of the "Special One."

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