Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has hinted that he could possibly return to Chelsea next season, reports The
The 50-year-old has endured constant speculation regarding his future during his stint at the Bernabeu, and it is thought his days at the club could be numbered despite strong Champions League progression this season.
The former Chelsea and Porto boss admitted that he does not know where he will be next season, but with Chelsea having a vacancy when interim manager Rafael Benitez departs in the summer, Mourinho did little to quell the rumours of a potential return to Stamford Bridge.
He said: “I have an adventurous spirit and do not know what will happen next season. It’s not easy to choose a new destination after working in England, Portugal, Italy and Spain. Maybe I could return to somewhere I’ve already been. Watch out for surprises.”
Mourinho has regularly been linked with a return to the Bridge hotseat since being controversially sacked by Roman Abramovich in 2007, and managed Inter Milan before joining Real Madrid in 2010.
He also won the treble of Serie A, Champions League and Coppa Italia titles at Inter.
Since becoming a manager in 2000, Mourinho’s longest time in one job was in West London, where he reigned for three years, winning two Premier League titles with the Blues, including their first top-flight title in over 50 years.
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