Former Real Madrid trainer Carlo Ancelotti is believed to be ready to return to football after being fired at the end of last season by the Spanish giants, and is said to be ready to return to Stamford Bridge and manage Chelsea under one condition.

Current Blues boss Jose Mourinho is seeing last season’s title winners have their worst ever league start losing five of their first ten Premier League games and while his team is struggling his constant run ins with the FA and the Press now has club owner Roman Abramovic wondering if he might be better of cutting ties with the controversial manager and bringing in a new man to take over the team.

The biggest name available is the 56-year-old Italian who won the league while managing Chelsea back in 2010, and while he would be open to a return to Stamford Bridge he has made it known that he would only consider the job if it was full-time, and not just until Abramovic could convince the like’s of Pep Guardiola to take over.