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Jose Mourinho joining Man United 'is treachery,' Frank Leboeuf jokes

The ESPN FC crew debate whether or not Jose Mourinho would make Manchester United a title contender overnight.
The ESPN FC crew discuss the potential effects of Zlatan Ibrahimovic joining Manchester United.
ESPN FC's Paul Mariner does not feel Manchester United will immediately be league favourites under Jose Mourinho.

Jose Mourinho's decision to take the Manchester United job after leaving Chelsea is an act of treachery, former Blues defender Frank Leboeuf has jokingly said.

United announced the appointment of Mourinho on a three-year contract to succeed Louis van Gaal on Friday, with the Portuguese saying he feels honoured to manage a club that has "a mystique and romance about it which no other club can match."

Mourinho's comments have angered some Chelsea supporters, who remained supportive of the 53-year-old...

 By Mark Worrall

Juan Mata for Willian an intriguing idea for Manchester United and Chelsea

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno has his say on whether Jose Mourinho can bring the glory days back to Manchester United.

Jose Mourinho's appointment as Manchester United manager provides many talking points. Inevitably there are questions about the future of Juan Mata, who Mourinho sold to David Moyes at United in January 2014.

Despite being named Chelsea's Player of the Year in successive seasons, Mourinho was swiftly on Mata's case, suggesting the Spain international did not play football the way he wanted it to be played.

Mata was sold for £37.1 million, a record fee at the time for United and a transfer...

Chelsea defender Kurt Zouma running again as injury recovery continues

Kurt Zouma
Kurt Zouma had originally been expected to be out for six months.

Chelsea defender Kurt Zouma has stepped up his recovery from a serious knee injury and could be fit for the start of next season.

Zouma, 21, was expected to be sidelined for six months after rupturing the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee in February, ruling him out of the rest of Chelsea's season and France's Euro 2016 campaign.

But just three months later, he has posted Instagram footage showing him running again as he continues his rehabilitation at the club's Cobham training complex.