Chelsea, that is, and Scolari will no doubt collect a big payday.
It's interesting, the gravitation of Chelsea to coaches coming in from Portuguese soccer. Mourinho came from Porto, and Scolari has been the coach of Portugal's national team for five years. I'm sure their credibility is only enhanced by the slew of top players from Portugal these days - notably one Cristiano Ronaldo. It reminds me of how coaches in Holland and Dutch players were regarded back in the days of, well, Ruud Gullit, for one.
Now, the Dutch aren't looking too shabby these days, but has Portugal passed them by as the country regarded as the benchmark for skill in soccer?