Florentino Perez has won the election, beating nobody as he was the only man to run for the election for Real Madrid presidency.
For many Real Madrid fans, the news that Perez (aka Mr. Galactico) is coming back with new ideas for another Galacticos era, is orgasmic. Ooh.
Yes folks, expect the unexpected! Or, since we lived through the first Galactico era, then we can expect what will happen. Let's peak into the future at the Bernabeu:
Perez's first big decision was to appoint Villarreal's Manuel Pellegrini as manager. Knowing Perez's past and his love to stick his nose in his manager's business, Pellegrini shouldn't last too long.
Pellegrini will be given an extravagant budget, to say the least, to re-build the Real Madrid squad according to Perez's project. Perez's project: buy every star there is. Wow. Pure genius.
So, Perez is reportedly targeting Kaka, Franck Ribery and surely, Cristiano Ronaldo.
Along with the three, DTD asssures you that there are a couple of strikers on Perez's list. The list is probably topped by David Villa.
Real need to sign strikers with average Gonzalo Higuain, old Raul, and injury-prone Ruud van Nistelrooy being average, old and injury-prone respectively.
Carlo Ancelotti is Chelsea's new manager—and he's promising to top Jose Mourinho's record and bring Chelsea their first Champions League.
Mourinho led Chelsea to the semifinal of the European competition but Ancelotti wants to go all the way.
Ancelotti was reportedly promised a 100m-Euro budget. And Andriy Shevchenko will be back with Chelsea to threaten the defense by running without the ball for 90 minutes and causing mild disturbance.
Michael Ballack will sign a new one-year contract at Chelsea. Yes, Ancelotti loves 'em old.
Whether Ancelotti will be the new Mourinho or the new Scolari, he will be sacked sometime.