Inter Boss Jose Mourinho Linked Once Again With Manchester United Job - Report

'The Special One' is reportedly in line to replace Sir Alex Ferguson...
Reports from England continue to suggest that Inter coach Jose Mourinho will replace Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United.

The Daily Mail reports that the Portuguese tactician will return to the Premier League to coach Manchester United once Sir Alex Ferguson announces his retirement. Mourinho has often been touted as the heir to the 67-year-old Scotsman at the club.

'Fergie'has said he will be in charge of United as long as "his heath permits it," but the Daily Mail suggests he may decide to resign within the next couple of seasons.

Ferguson has been in charge of United since 1986, winning 12 Premier League crowns, five FA Cups, and two UEFA Champions League trophies along with several other titles.

Mourinho, a former manager of Chelsea, brought the Blues their first league titles in 50 years during his spell at the club from 2004 to 2007. His other major achievements include winning the Champions League with Porto and a Serie A title with Inter.

The Nerazzurri boss has a rocky relationship with the Italian media and recently stated he does not feel appreciated in the peninsula, prompting speculation of a move back to the Premier League.

Adam Scime, Goal.com