Mourinho says he would manage another English club.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has revealed that he would manage another English club, with top sides like Manchester United probably listening closely.
The 51-year-old was strongly linked with the vacant post at Old Trafford when Sir Alex Ferguson left in 2013, only for David Moyes to fill the role instead.
Moyes has since been sacked and replaced by Louis van Gaal, but the Dutchman has not started life at the Red Devils that well either and it seems Mourinho could well be open to the switch.
“If it had to be [another English club to manage], yes,” the Portuguese coach was quoted by the Mirror.
However, Mourinho did also stress his commitment to the cause at Stamford Bridge and that he would only leave the West London club if he were sacked.
“I will only leave when they want me to leave. There’s no other country, club or investment that motivates me. I will only leave when Mr Abramovich calls me to tell me it’s over,” the two-time Champions League winner continued.
“Only on that day will I look for other solutions. But to answer the question, I will say that when I have to think about the matter, then we’ll see.”
It is not so far-fetched to think that Mourinho could be sacked though as he and Roman Abramovich fell out before his first departure from the Blues back in 2007.
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