An oversized image of the so-called 'Special One', Jose Mourinho, has appeared on a billboard in west London, as pictured by the Daily Mirror.

The publicity stunt, depicting the former Blues manager wearing the club's home shirt, comes after a digital media company decided to raise their profile in the area, despite Mourinho's return to Stamford Bridge remaining unconfirmed by the club.

Found on Holland Road in Kensington, the giant LED advert appears under the hashtag '#2ndComing' and is further indication of Chelsea fans' excitement at the potential deal.

The Portuguese tactician is free to return to the Blues after Real Madrid president Florentino Perez waived the £12m release clause in his contract, confirming the manger's Bernabeu departure in a press conference earlier this week.

Mourinho won six trophies during his first spell at Chelsea between 2004 and 2007, including two Premier League titles and the FA Cup. However, the revered manager will return with a point to prove following his largely unsuccessful final season in Madrid.

 

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