Soccer's self-proclaimed "Special One," Jose Mourinho, reportedly agreed to a four-year deal with Chelsea, his second stint with the London powerhouse.
According to Yahoo Sports, Mourinho will fly to London on June 2 to complete his contract.
Mourinho agreed to part ways with Real Madrid earlier this week after a disappointing season that will end without a trophy. Real Madrid has two games remaining.
Mourinho, 50, spent three years in Madrid, leading the team to the 2011 Copa del Rey title and the 2012 La Liga championship. In all three of his seasons, Real Madrid lost in the semifinals of the UEFA Champions League.
Before moving to Madrid, Mourinho spent two years with Internazionale Milan, guiding Inter to a treble in 2009-10: championships in Serie A, Coppa Italia and the Champions League. In the process, he became the third manager to capture Champions League crowns with two different two teams, having led Portuguese side Porto to the 2004 title.
Between his stint with Porto (2002-04) and Inter, Mourinho spent three-plus seasons with Chelsea (2004-07). He parted company with the Blues in September 2007.
Mourinho was the first coach to take over Chelsea after the team was purchased by Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich in June 2003. During Abramovich's tenure, the Blues have had 10 managers. Most recently, interim coach Rafa Benitez led Chelsea to the Europa League title this month, but he left the team after last week's conclusion to the Barclays Premier League season.