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'The Sun' insists Mourinho will return to Chelsea

Rafa Benítez' team lost again on Saturday, against Newcastle (3-2) and the British tabloid is convinced that the Real Madrid coach will return to the London club next summer.

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AS.COM | 04/02/2013

Real Madrid coach, José Mourinho, is ready to return to Stamford Bridge and rescue his beloved Chelsea, according to reports in the British tabloid 'The Sun'. According to an article published today, the Portuguese tactician is waiting from a call from Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich, owner of the 'Blues', to take over from Rafa Benítez.

Chelsea's defeat to Newcastle on Saturday (3-2) has taken the fans fury to a new level, having never been keen on Benítez since he was brought to Stamford Bridge.

The 'Sun' says that Mourinho will definitely leave Real Madrid this summer, and that he has already received a number of succulent offers, financially speaking. However, 'The Special One' would apparently ignore all these if there was a even a remote chance of 'returning home'.

Additionally, Mourinho is under ever increasing pressure at Madrid. The team were beaten on Saturday by Granada (1-0) with an own goal from Cristiano Ronaldo. And things are only going to get more heated from here on in, as the team face the return leg of Cup, away to Barcelona (1-1 from the first leg) and then two games against Manchester United in the Champions League.

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