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Here he is. The man himself. Drogba won a Champions League, three Premier League titles, four FA Cups and two League Cups during his eight years at Stamford Bridge. Reckon he's got another couple of trophies left in him?
The Special One clearly still has huge faith in the 36-year-old to cut it at the top level. Mourinho said: "He’s coming because he’s one of the best strikers in Europe. I know his personality very well and I know if he comes back he’s not protected by history or what he’s done for this club previously. He is coming with the mentality to make more history."
He told the club's official website: "It was an easy decision - I couldn't turn down the opportunity to work with Jose again. Everyone knows the special relationship I have with this club and it has always felt like home to me. ‘My desire to win is still the same and I look forward to the opportunity to help this team. I am excited for this next chapter of my career."
Incredible news. The Drog is back! Didier Drogba has signed a one-year deal and returns to Chelsea as a player - not a coach - after scoring 157 goals in 341 appearances during his first spell at the club.
The Southampton exodus goes on, then, but never fear: 19-year-old midfielder Harrison Reed has committed his future to the club. He made seven appearances last season and has signed a new four-year deal. Happy days.
Should Drogba return - yes or no?
@GoalUK If Lukaku leaves, Drogba is a safe bet. Good alternative to Costa, and good publicity— Kristijan Mihajlovsk (@KristAdelMihajl) July 25, 2014
@GoalUK Hell yes, But not as a player but a Coaching role will be better.— ABD' KABIR ^™ (@alabi_junior) July 25, 2014
According to the Daily Mail, Liverpool are on the verge of making Dejan Lovren the most expensive defender in the club's history. The Croatian centre-back is due to undergo a medical on Saturday ahead of a £20 million move to Anfield and is set to follow Adam Lallana and Rickie Lambert in swapping Southampton for Liverpool this summer.
Transfer Talk: Lovren set for Liverpool medical
"We want to win matches and win titles and Didier is one of the best strikers in Europe. He is still very adapted to the needs of the Premier League and we are thinking about it in a non-emotional way. If you bring him back it is not because he is Didier or scored the most important goal in the history of Chelsea, or because I read I need an assistant, no. If I bring him back - and the decision has to be made soon - it is because as a player he has qualities to make the team stronger."
Mourinho weighs up Drogba return
In fact, you can have your say by voting in our poll. Will Didier Drogba ruin his legacy by returning to Chelsea? Or, at the age of 36, does he still have something to offer? The results are extremely close at the moment, with the majority saying he should NOT return to Stamford Bridge. Help him out, Drogfans!
Should Chelsea bring back Drogba?
OH HELLO! According to Sky Sports, Didier Drogba will be announced as a Chelsea player for the second time "in the next couple of hours". Yowzers. Right move by Chelsea?
Transfer Talk: Drogba set for Chelsea return
Everton manager Roberto Martinez said this week that he hopes to complete "a few" new signings over the coming days, and Sky Sports reports that the club have stepped up their interest in 23-year-old AIK winger Nabil Bahoui and are considering making a bid.
Transfer Talk: Everton to make Bahoui bid
According to Le 10 Sport, Manchester United are holding a fourth round of talks with Edinson Cavani's advisors. Paris Saint-Germain are prepared to sell the Uruguayan for £48 million to raise funds for new players, but United will reportedly have to persuade him to take a pay cut to move to Old Trafford.
Transfer Talk: Man Utd in Cavani negotiations
Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina has vowed to honour his contract at the club if he doesn't leave this summer. The 31-year-old spent last year on loan at Napoli but a deal is yet to be agreed over a return to the Serie A club. He told Spanish radio station Cadena Ser: "I am here to stay. I have not talked to Brendan Rodgers, I've been here for only four days and I am just thinking of training to my best and getting back into shape."
For all those #Bojanamaniacs out there, Stoke have confirmed this afternoon that SUPERSTAR signing Bojan Krkic has been given the No.27 at the Britannia Stadium. The forward followed in the footsteps of the great Ronaldo and Rivaldo by donning the No.9 and No.11 shirts at Barcelona. The last person to wear No.27 at Stoke? CARLO NASH!
Former Tottenham goalkeeper Ben Alnwick has joined League One club Peterborough on a three-year deal after leaving Leyton Orient. Peterborough boss Darren Ferguson - son of the almighty Sir Alex - told the club's official website: "I am really pleased to get him. He has got vast experience, has played at the top level and there were a lot of clubs looking at him."
Joining Indian Super League in September for 3 months to help promote football in India...— Freddie Ljungberg (@freddie) July 25, 2014
...Even though I am retired, the opportunity to play in India is really exciting...— Freddie Ljungberg (@freddie) July 25, 2014
...Keen to share my knowledge and experience of the Premier League.— Freddie Ljungberg (@freddie) July 25, 2014
Here's Beppe Marotta's latest comments in full on Manchester United target Arturo Vidal's future at Juventus.
Juventus have no plans to sell Vidal, says Marotta
QPR are back in the race to sign Mathieu Valbuena after he decided against moving to Dynamo Moscow, according to L'Equipe. The Russian club had reportedly agreed a fee of €7 million (£5.5m) for the Marseille winger, whose ideal destination is said to be La Liga.
They've already spent nearly £100 million on Toni Kroos and James Rodriguez, but Real Madrid might not be done in the transfer market yet, according to president Florentino Perez. "Until the last day you can always do something, whether it's buying and selling," chief galactico said at a Spanish football association assembly.