Jose Mourinho ready to return to Inter Milan after Real Madrid stint

3/19/13 in Soccer   |   JamesSmith23   |   1413 respect

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Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho is open to returning to Inter Milan. The Portuguese boss has revealed that he is interested in returning to Inter Milan at some point in his career. Jose Mourinho, who is expected to leave Real Madrid at the end of the season, spent two seasons at Inter Milan before accomplishing his dream of moving to Real Madrid.
Widespread rumors suggest Jose Mourinho will join one of the Premier League giants this summer. The former Chelsea boss has spoken positively about his return to England, but it’s still not clear which club can the Portuguese join.
Many suggest Jose Mourinho to re-join Chelsea, especially after their billionaire owner Roman Abramovich decided to resolve his differences with Jose Mourinho by sending him expensive gifts.
Meanwhile, the former Real Madrid manager Ramon Calderon claims Jose Mourinho will join the French club Paris Saint-Germain this summer. In spite of all these reports, Jose Mourinho could return to Inter Milan.
Just recently, the 50-year-old manager admitted he wasn’t clear about why he left Inter Milan, since he had been extremely happy there.
“I also wonder why I left. Inter is the club where I liked to be. No one gave me the same happiness,” Jose Mourinho said.
Jose Mourinho, who won a treble with Inter Mila in 2010 by winning Serie A, Coppa Italia and the Champions League, admits he would welcome the opportunity to return Inter Milan.
“I had two fantastic years in Italy with my Inter FC,” Jose Mourinho said in interview to Gazzetta dello Sport. “You never know - maybe I'll be back one day. If I do, it will be with great pleasure and great emotion.”
Just last weekend, Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti snubbed speculation about Jose Mourinho returning to the San Siro. Massimo Moratti has been a huge Jose Mourinho admirer, but the Italian isn’t ready replace his current manager Andrea Stramaccioni with anyone.
“It's impossible,” Massimo Moratti said. “I have not had contact with anyone. I haven't called him, they haven't called me and I do not want a call. I have made myself clear.”
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