The return of Mourinho as Chelsea manager was something expected: even the former boss Rafa Benitez admitted it, according to the Guardian

What is uncertain now is what will happen during this summer.

Mourinho is a great choice: he can motivate his players, something which Andrè Villas-Boas failed do, and he is loved by Chelsea fan, unlike Benitez. 

The comeback of Mourinho at Stamford Bridge is without doubt business: the new shirt with the name of 'The Special One' upon it is the evidence.

I'm not here to criticise Mourinho, but will his comeback solve Chelsea's problems only temporarily, unless there will be some changes. 

The team needs stability, and The Special One seems to confirm it, according to the Daily Post: “They need stability, stability I hope I can give them and between me, the owner and of course the club, we have no doubts about what we want to do and the approach we want to have." 

Another big issue is the transfer market. Chelsea have many youngsters which need to be developed: Kevin De Bruyne, Romelu Lukaku, Nathan Akè, Lucas Piazon and many others. 

The Sun have reported that Mourinho wants Daniele De Rossi and Wesley Sneijder - but why? They aren't at the best of their form and this year proved it. 

De Rossi has been benched in favour of the youngster Panagiotis Tachsidis and Snejider moved to Galatasaray in January, and he is far from his best form.

Chelsea must stop buying superstars at high prices and it has to create their own stars. Fortunately for us, Mourinho is really good in developing youngster: Raphael Varane is just the latest evidence. 

According to the Guardian, the new Chelsea boss wants to give a chance to Lukaku - which is great news as it seems to confirm the new policy of the club.

Another point in favour of Mourinho is this - he is one of us. He will fight for the blue flag, and he will motivate his players to do this, just like Antonio Conte did with Juventus.

If the aforementioned changes take place then I'm very confident about the future. Only time will tell though.

Home is where the heart is. Welcome back, Special One!


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