Former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is eyeing a return to managerial role in the summer in England but rules out being contract agreement with any Club.
Mourinho was showed the exit door by Chelsea in December following a poor run of results and in what the Club termed as ‘palpable discord’ in the dressing room.
The Portuguese was touted to be the next right-hand-man to succeed Man United boss Louis van Gaal next season. But Jose Mourinho has debunked any claims of such move.
“I can promise you I do not have a contract with any club. I am not in a position to turn jobs down, I am in a position to analyse.
“I am in a position to be open to any club or national team. I have to be honest, if possible I would prefer a club but I must analyse to see what is best for my career and to be back with everything I have.
“I would prefer to be in England. I love the country, I love the football here, my family is very stable and happy. If possible yes, it would be my first choice.”
Mourinho monitors the Premier League from a far and thinks the League winner could be decide in tomorrow’s games as leaders Leicester City take on Sunderland and second placed Tottenham host Man United.
“Sunday can be a big day. If Leicester win and Tottenham do not win, I think it is Leicester’s title. The other way, if Big Sam Sunderland beats Leicester and Tottenham beat Manchester United.
“I think we are arguing to have a big fight, I think it is a fight of two teams.”