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The ‘Special One’: Three clubs interested in Jose Mourinho’s services
By Mirror | Updated Dec 21, 2018 at 10:21 EAT
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Jose Mourinho is already attracting interest from three clubs after leaving Manchester United

The Portuguese was sacked by United on Tuesday with the club languishing in sixth in the Premier League table

Jose Mourinho is reportedly already attracting interest from three clubs after leaving Manchester United.

The Portuguese was sacked by United on Tuesday with the club languishing in sixth in the Premier League table.

Mourinho, who was pictured in London on Thursday, has broken his silence on his exit but insisted he was looking to move on from his tenure at Old Trafford.

And he could do that sooner rather than later with multiple clubs believed to be considering approaches for the Portuguese.

Real Madrid are reportedly ready to offer a stunning £18m-a-year offer to lure him back to the Bernabeu.

Santiago Solari was only appointed in October but there are suggestions he won't be there next season.


Mourinho won the Champions League with Inter. [Courtesy] 

And that is where Mourinho could come in with Florentino Perez having made two approaches for the Portuguese in the past year.

The Times also reports Inter Milan, another of Mourinho's former clubs are monitoring the situation.

 

Inter failed to qualify for the knockout stages of the Champions League to increase the pressure on Luciano Spalletti.

The other club named is Benfica, where Mourinho began his managerial career.


Mourinho had been assistant manager in 2000 before being promoted to the top job but departed after just three months.

He would later make his name with Porto but there are suggestions he could look to revive his career where it all began.

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