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Chelsea have declined to comment on reports Jose Mourinho has already signed a contract to return as manager. Mourinho is widely expected to begin a second spell at Stamford Bridge this summer once his three-year stay at Real Madrid is officially over. And Thursday's Sun newspaper claimed the Portuguese signed a four-year deal during a trip to London earlier this week. The paper quoted a senior Chelsea source, but no one at the club would confirm the news on the record when asked. Mourinho has one game left as Real manager - at home to Osasuna on Saturday. And Spanish football journalist Guillem Balague told Sky Sports News everyone at the Bernabeu knows where Mourinho is going next. He said: "Jose Mourinho has been in touch with Chelsea for at least two weeks, probably much more than that, finalising a deal he wanted. "When he said there was one club that loved him more than the others he was obviously referring to Chelsea and probably adding a bit of pressure...
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