The Portuguese appears to have ruled out going back to either of his previous sides, saying he is a thing of the past in both London and Milan. He also hit out at the Madrid press
It had emerged that fans of the Blues and the Nerazzurri were heard chanting their one-time trainer's name during their respective matches over the weekend, seemingly longing for a return of their successful former coach.
But speaking after the Blancos' routine 4-0 victory over Racing Santander on Saturday, although the 49-year-old responded positively to the news, he hinted that a second spell at either club was not presently in his thoughts.
"I have much love for Chelsea and Inter," said Mourinho. "[However], I prefer to support these teams and hear the fans sing my name."
Mourinho then took the time out to clarify a report in one Madrid-based newspaper, which took a swipe at the former Porto man for his reluctance in selecting Cantera players, namely defender Daniel Carvajal.
However, after it was then revealed that Carvajal was actually suspended from participating on Saturday, he proceeded to indirectly attack the publication, labelling their report as a form of "disastrous" journalism.
"When we do our job, coaches are still criticised. When you're wrong you must also be criticised," he continued.
"So you cannot ask for a player, who is suspended, to play. The present quality of journalism is disastrous."
Real Madrid have moved provisionally 13 points clear of arch-rivals Barcelona at the Liga summit.