The Portuguese is evens at Ladbrokes to refer to himself as his nickname the ‘Special One’ at the first opportunity and he’s now 10/1 from 11/1 to guide the Blues to Champions League glory next term.
An unprecedented quadruple for Mourinho in his first campaign back in charge is a whopping 1000/1 at Ladbrokes, who make the former Real Madrid boss 11/8 to break his own Premier League points record at some stage during his time in charge.
Elsewhere, Ladbrokes rate the Stamford Bridge favourite at 4/1 to see out his four year contract, he’s 1/10 to last at least a season and 6/4 to secure more trophies during his second spell at the helm.
Meanwhile, punters expecting Mourinho to find the going tougher this time around can tackle Ladbrokes’ 10/11 for Chelsea to win nothing next season and it’s 9/2 that the ‘Special One’ will be sacked before the campaign is over.
Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes told Betrescue.com: “It’s odds-on the Special One will come back to the Bridge with a bang. Chelsea fans are now queueing up around the block to back their side for all manner of silverware next season.”
Ladbrokes latest betting
Chelsea to win the Premier League 9/4 (from 5/2)
Chelsea to win the Champions League 10/1 (from 11/1)
Mourinho in charge on the last day of the season
Trophies won 2013/14 season
To win more major trophies in second spell with Chelsea 6/4
To last longer at Chelsea in second spell evens
To say the phrase ‘Special One’ in first press conference as Chelsea manager evens
To see out four year contract 4/1
To break his own 95 point title record 11/8
To stay unbeaten at Stamford Bridge 10/1