Mourinho Longs For Premier League Return

Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has once again expressed a desire to return to the Premier League after talking to the English media this week. The former Chelsea gaffer was talking to the Sun and confirmed that he did want to comeback to England and also described his time in charge at Real Madrid as the “most difficult club in the world”:

“I miss England and my next job will be in England,” Mourinho began. “There is unfinished business. And I think England wants me back, no? It was the most enjoyable time of my career. My Chelsea time was amazing as a football manager and family man. My family and I enjoyed it so much. We made so many friends here. We still keep in touch, we still come back. In football there are a few victories here I would like to repeat. I will talk to my agent and get a project for my career.

“I still have three years at Real Madrid. It is the biggest club in the world but it is also the most difficult club in the world. They came to me for the third time and I could not say no to them for the third time – I had to go. And I had to go to Italy, that was important for me because I wanted to try there. Everyone said it was the home of tactics so I said let me try there.

“But it is not England, England is special. People in Italy, Spain and Portugal ask me why I love England so much and I can’t explain – I just do. I want to be happy in my work. I want to be happy with my football.”

So who will he manage? ALL of my money would be on Manchester United but it all depends on Sir Alex and his retirement plans. He could be employed to be Mancini’s successor at Manchester City as his title challenge has faded as the season has progressed or he could make a sensational return to Chelsea with rumours emerging that Ancelotti is parting the club regardless of how the season ends up.

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About Dylan O'Neill

Football mad Irish 20-year-old. Living in Dublin so I've had a keen interest in League of Ireland for the last 2-3 years and used to write about it on offtheupright.blogspot.com, focusing mainly on UCD's limited fortunes as well as the Irish national team. I started to merge this interest with gambling two years ago to moderate success so have continued to do so since! View all posts by Dylan O'Neill

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