“Finally the Deal is Completed”Jose Mourinho ‘offered’ big-money contract for brand new role amid Chelsea return links

Jose Mourinho ‘offered’ big-money contract for brand new role amid Chelsea return links

Many players were upset when Chelsea announced on Tuesday that they were parting ways with Mauricio Pochettino.

Despite having a disappointing season overall, the Blues appeared to be improving in the last few weeks of play as they qualified for Europe.

However, the London team has made the decision to change course and has already started scouting possible Pochettino successors.

Since Roberto de Zerbi announced last week that he was leaving his position at Brighton, he is the early favorite to take over at Stamford Bridge.

Many at Chelsea also hold great admiration for Ipswich Town manager Kieran McKenna, and Manchester United would also welcome a reunion with their former coach.

TEAMtalk has been informed by sources that another name to closely monitor in the coming weeks is Ruben Amorim, who was strongly connected to West Ham and Liverpool.

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Additionally, a number of sources have hinted that Jose Mourinho might make an incredible comeback to Chelsea. After being fired by Roma in January, he became a free agent and is now prepared to go back into management.

Jose Mourinho approaches his next position
During his first tenure at Chelsea from 2004 to 2007, Mourinho won two Premier League titles, an FA Cup, and two League Cups, solidifying his reputation as “The Special One.”

Many Blues fans still view him as a hero after he returned in 2013 and helped the team win another league championship.

Nevertheless, reports indicate that a move to Saudi Arabia is most likely, despite the rumors that Mourinho might return to Chelsea a third time.

SportItalia, an Italian publication, reports that Al-Qadisiyah, a Saudi Arabian second-tier team, has approached the Portuguese coach about taking on the position of technical director, which he has never had before.

If he accepted the position, he is expected to receive a large contract and be in charge of all football-related matters at the Saudi club, including hiring managers and recruiting new players.

In response to a question in March about whether he would accept a job in Saudi Arabia, Mourinho said, “Never say never,” and now he has the chance to do so.

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