Jose Mourinho open to ‘coaching another Premier League club’

Chelsea transfer news

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho lifted the league title with the Blues earlier this month. Mourinho has now landed two domestic trophies on his return to Stamford Bridge.

The Portuguese manager has had an outstanding career as a Chelsea manager and is loved by the fans and his players. However, one can never be too sure about planning a future with Jose Mourinho.

Despite winning trophies everywhere, Mourinho has never been one to stay put and build a legacy.

The Chelsea boss looks set to continue the trend after confirming to the BBC that he can see himself managing another Premier League side, when Roman Abramovich has had enough of Jose.

“The day Mr Abramovich thinks I am not good enough for Chelsea, I want to work, and if possible in England too,” Mourinho told the BBC’s ‘Football Focus’.

“Until Mr Abramovich says, I don’t see myself going. Any club comes to me now and offers me a fantastic project, offers me twice my wages in the contract at Chelsea, no chance.

“I see myself coaching another club, yes, but I love Chelsea and I am in Mr Abramovich’s hands and until then I am here.”

Mourinho was thought to be keen on landing the Manchester United job, before the Red Devils opted for David Moyes. The Chelsea boss showed keen interest in the Liverpool job back in 2004 as well, before Rick Parry and co decided to employ Rafa Benitez.

Mourinho’s love for the Premier League is no secret and it is quite possible that the Portuguese will continue in England, long after his Chelsea career is over.

It would be interesting to see who Jose Mourinho opts for, once he draws curtains on his second spell with the Blues. Mourinho has always been vocal about his desire to win the Champions League with Chelsea and that might be the prime reasons behind his return to the Bridge.

Clearly Mourinho has unfinished business at Chelsea and once that is sorted, it would be no surprise to see Jose set sail for another adventure. Who do you reckon is next? cash rich Manchester City perhaps?

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