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Another comeback story for the history books would be if Jose Mourinho, who left Chelsea on unsavoury terms it’s understood, were to return to Stamford Bridge as a manager once more.
However, former Chelsea player and manager Ruud Gullit says that’s far from a possibility and will in fact come to pass in the near future.
Voicing his opinion on the matter, the Metro report Gullit as saying:
I have a feeling that he was meant to come back after the Champions League final but then when Chelsea won it, I think he thought better of it. It’s no coincidence that right after the final, he signed a new contract with Real Madrid.
Chelsea want him for next season. That is my feeling, if it’s right I don’t know. I have no proof of that and I said it already before the [Champions League] final.
Without said proof, Gullit’s claims admittedly sound like speculation at best but perhaps the retired Dutchman boasts premonition powers similar to that of Paul the Octopus.