Jose Mourinho will be most aware of the high level of the Premier League from his first stint in England.

The money splashed around the League means many teams are more than equipped to challenge for the league title.

It seems realistic that Mourinho will not be immediately successful in his first season of reunification with the Blues, with the likes of an improved Manchester City, Arsenal, Tottenham and even Liverpool competing with the Stamford Bridge outfit.

Mourinho could well struggle in his opening season.

Getting the right mix of players is the main issue. Mourinho will have a clear idea of who he wants and who he wants out of the club.

Managing Chelsea is always difficult, especially under Roman Abramovich, therefore Mourinho will have his work cut out if he is to stay in the owners good books.

Mourinho is a clear and well equipped man-manager and his cognitive processes stretch further than merely football. 

He has been known to love and value his players and it shows in the results he brings to wherever he goes.

However with the explosion of so much more competition in the Premier League, it will not be easy for Chelsea or Manchester United and Manchester City with their new managers to instantly light up the apex of the league.

Perhaps Arsenal with their renewed budget structure and formed manager in Arsene Wenger will be capable of causing the other top sides big problems.

Spurs will also feel they have what it takes to displace Mourinho and Chelsea from a possible Champions League spot.

Another interesting debate will be about the readiness of Brendan Rodgers at Liverpool. It is certain that star striker Luis Suarez will depart for greener pastures, possibly at Real Madrid or PSG in France and with a big loss like that it will be hard to see Liverpool progressing any further than where they are right now.

Regardless, Jose Mourinho will certainly add fervent spice to the Premier League plot. His talents and skills are evident in what he has achieved in every major league in Europe. He returns to England with more artillery and armour for the epic and competitive battle that is for the Premier League and Champions League positions. 

With the Premier League seemingly stronger than it has ever been, it will be exciting to watch how the new men at the helm will cope. 

It promises to be a fantastic campaign next season.


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