Following a hugely successful season with Chelsea FC a winning the Premier League and the Capital One Cup a the Special One has reportedly agreed a new deal which will see him stay at Stamford Bridge until 2019


Jos Mourinho returned to Chelsea FC in the summer of 2013 a six years after leaving Stamford Bridge a and has since guided the Blues back to the summit of English football, winning his third Premier League title in five full seasons last term.

There is a feeling around the club that Mourinho is in for the long haul this time around, and is preparing to leave a more lasting legacy not just at Chelsea FC, but also in English football. The Portuguese appears to have taken a formal step in that direction, reportedly agreeing a new deal with the Blues.

According to reports by journalist Rob Beasley in English newspaper The Sun, Mourinho has agreed to extend his contract at the club until 2019 a without any rise in his A?8.5 per season salary. His right-hand men and Chelsea FC first-team coaches Rui Faria and Silvino Louro have also reportedly accepted extensions for the same period.

Petr A?echa s departure to London rivals Arsenal FC was against Mourinhoa s wishes, raising fears that the move could cause cracks in the relationship between the manager and the Chelsea FC hierarchy a particularly owner Roman Abramovich who is thought to have personally sanctioned the Czech internationala s move.

However, Mourinho has since publicly backed the cluba s decision, declaring that he was a prouda of how the Blues handled the situation. Any potential misunderstanding or disharmony between Mourinho and the board seems to have been nipped in the bud, and it appears that Abramovich and the board have decided to reward the former Real Madrid managera s success last season with a new contract.

Jos Mourinho, who ranked 3rd in a study conducted by Sky Sports which listed the top 30 managers in Premier League history, will now have the chance to climb further up that ladder as he prepares to begin the new season with Chelsea FC for the seventh time.

With the a Happy Onea already declaring his intention to stay at the club long-term, Blues fans might finally see the much-needed stability at Chelsea FC which will be crucial in taking the club closer to the level of the elite European clubs.