The Portuguese refused to comment on rumours he may be leaving the Santiago Bernabeu to return to the Premier League in the summer, saying the press should 'have all the answers'Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has refused to comment on rumours he may be leaving the Santiago Bernabeu this summer in order to return to the Premier League, but launched an astonishing attack on the local press and their 'imaginary sources' on Saturday.
Reports of a possible Mourinho departure first appeared on Spanish show Punto Pelota late last month, with the programme claiming the Portuguese was unhappy at the Bernabeu and ready to end his spell in Spain.
A report in The Sunday Times a week later then claimed Mourinho was looking to move back to the Premier League, with both Chelsea and Tottenham mooted as possible destinations.
But quizzed on his future on Saturday, in his pre-match press conference ahead of tomorrow's game at home to Levante in La Liga, the Portuguese replied: "I think you should know my answer. I am not the one feeding [these rumours].
"You should ask your sources, which for you are anonymous but for me more than anonymous are imaginary. [I have] no more to say."
This comes just a day after it was reported in Spain that Mourinho had enjoyed an amicable meeting with the Madrid board on Friday and assured them he would not be leaving the club this summer.
Some sectors of the media in Spain have also reported that the Portuguese is already planning pre-season for his Madrid side, who lead fierce rivals Barcelona by seven points ahead of this weekend's Liga action.
Madrid host Levante on Sunday at 21.30CET, while Barca is in action today away to Osasuna, at 20.00CET.