Renowned Football manager and commentator Jose Mourinho has not been employed in a managerial role after he was shown the door at Manchester United last season. There are many rumours which constantly link him to a return to football management.
The Portuguese has now himself gone on record stating that he has received plenty of offers from various clubs to join them as manager but is still looking for a club which appeals to him and his managerial career moving forward.
Reports are now hinting that the former Manchester United and Chelsea boss is actually ready for the Real Madrid manager’s role and is looking forward to taking over if at all Zinedine Zidane is sacked.
In a recent interview, he talked about his future plans and stated that Italy will not be a possible destination for him which has further ignited the rumours of him taking over the managerial role at Real Madrid.
“My future? I don’t think it will be in Italy,” he said on Italian TV show Tiki Taka.
“Inter is my home, my family. [Massimo] Moratti is a friend, my president. The story of the treble was fantastic.
“After [the final in] Madrid, if I returned to San Siro to celebrate, I would never leave Inter. When you say goodbye to a family it’s a hard thing to deal with.
“That night I already knew I was leaving, I couldn’t say no to Real Madrid for the third time,” he added.
“Real Madrid was my best experience because of what I learned as a coach, as a man, for the lessons that I took in my career and in my life. It is the best memory of my career, it was fantastic,” Mourinho was quoted as saying by Fox Sports Asia via Portuguese TV.
With Jose sharing vital information and insights from his career during his stint as a commentator with Sky Sports, it remains to be seen where he eventually ends up managing yet again.