Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is considering bringing back Andre Villas-Boas as a replacement for Jose Mourinho, according to reports.
Chelsea’s poor start to the season has seen Mourinho’s future being questioned.
Former Managers Guus Hiddink, Carlo Ancelotti and former youth coach Brendan Rodgers have all been linked as potential replacement for the special one.
Fichajes reports that Abramovich is already looking out for potential replacement for Mourinho should he decide to fire the 52 year old Portuguese, the reports also claim that Andre Villas-Boas is one of those being considered.
Villas-Boas first joined Chelsea in 2011 from Porto and a reported World record fee of £13.2 million was reportedly paid by the West London club so Porto could release Villas-Boas of his contract; but he was sacked just 9 months into his Chelsea contract.
Villas Boas will leave Russia where he is currently managing Zenith in the summer and it is reported that the Former Tottenham manager will be keen to return to the EPL with Chelsea.
it was reported that Jose Mourinho’s future is dependent on the Outcome of the Blues game against Liverpool last Saturday. The blues lost 1-3 and the Daily Mirror claims plans are already on ground to find Mourinho’s replacement.