Jose Mourinho reportedly had breakfast with Guus Hiddink

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Chelsea interim manager Guus Hiddink has reportedly had breakfast with his predecessor Jose Mourinho to gain a further insight to the ongoings at Stamford Bridge.

This has been reported by The Sun, who claim that Mourinho told the Dutchman what he had inherited, while it has also been claimed that the Portuguese tactician offered to share information about the squad starring in west London. 

The meeting reportedly happened at the Berkeley Hotel in London, where the duo talked for a full hour. Mourinho, of course, was dismissed as Chelsea boss late last week following a disastrous start to the season. 


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Hiddink, who watched from the stands as the Blues secured an important 3-1 victory over Sunderland on Saturday, will now be determined to help the club climb the table sooner rather than later. 

There's no doubt about it, it's going to be quite the challenge for the experienced Dutchman, who will take to the dugout for the club's Boxing Day encounter against Watford. 

Mourinho future 

Mourinho, on the other hand, appears to be determined to stay in England as he looks to get back into management in the near future.

With Louis van Gaal's future unclear at Manchester United, the self-proclaimed 'Special One' could yet take the top job at Old Trafford.

Perhaps, Mourinho could even be in charge of the Red Devils for their clash against Chelsea next Monday. 

Where do you expect Chelsea to end this season? Have your say below! 

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