'After Real Madrid: England' - Mourinho plots Premier League return

The former Chelsea and Inter boss says that a return to Britain once he leaves the Santiago Bernabeu "is clear in his mind", refusing to rule out any club as his next destination
Jose Mourinho has indicated that he wants to manage a Premier League club again when his time at Real Madrid is over.

The Portuguese spent three seasons at Chelsea between 2004 and 2007, winning two Premier League titles, two League Cups and an FA Cup trophy, before moving on to Inter and then the Liga champions and he is fixed on a comeback.

"When I speak about it in Spain, they turn my words immediately, but I cannot deny what is clear in my mind," he told Sky Sports.

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"After Real Madrid: England. That's for sure, but I keep saying the same, I know clearly it's where I want to be."

The former Chelsea boss has also made it clear he would be open to managing any top flight club, despite his strong ties to Stamford Bridge.

He added: "Everyone [is an option]. I am blue. I am a London blue but I am professional."