The long-serving Blues goalkeeper praises the Real Madrid coach, with the 'Special One' set for a sensational return to Stamford Bridge for the start of next season
As reported by Goal.com, the Real Madrid coach will soon be announced as the successor to Rafael Benitez after admitting that "I want to go where I am loved" following the Liga giants' exit from the Champions League - and the Blues keeper would welcome his return.
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"He is a great coach and, if he comes back, I think [Chelsea] fans will be very happy.
"It would be a pleasure to work with him for players who already know him and for those who do not yet know him well."