Real Madrid would be keen on bringing Jose Mourinho back to the club if things don't work with Rafael Benitez, according to former President, Ramon Calderon.
Mourinho had a three-year stint as manager of Los Blancos, but enjoyed mixed success winning the League and Spanish Cup, before departing for the Blues in 2013.
Benitez took over the reigns at the Santiago Bernabeu at the start of the season, however the former club's former president believes that Florentino Perez would keen on Mourinho's return to the club.
"If Mourinho is not at Chelsea anymore, I think Florentino Perez would be willing to bring him back to Real Madrid," he told BeInSport.
"They tried last summer but it was not possible because he stayed at Chelsea. They tried for Joachim Low, Jurgen Klopp, Mourinho and then Benitez.
"If things do not work out for Benitez and they do not work out for Mourinho at Chelsea then I think Perez will look to bring him back.
"They are also looking at Hazard and, as far as I know, he has not said no. We will wait and see."
Mourinho is currently enduring a tough spell at Stamford Bridge, as his team sit 15th in the Premier League table, 11 points adrift of Manchester City.
Should Mourinho return to Real Madrid if things don't work at Chelsea? Let us know in the comment section below.