Mourinho: I'll be back one day

Mourinho: I'll be back one day

Former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has reiterated his desire to work in the Premier League again.

Mourinho, who watched Chelsea’s win over Fulham yesterday ahead of the Champions League clash with his Inter Milan side, said: “I want to be back. I’m not the kind of guy to keep his feelings hidden.

“I have always said the same – I love it here, I love it here, I love it here.”

However, the 46-year-old added in The Sun: “I don’t leave any club mid-season to go to another. So, until the end of the season there’s no chance that I will leave Inter.

“I was very successful so it is normal that other clubs here will want me.

“I won two titles with Porto, two with Chelsea and now I want to make it two, plus two, plus two by winning it again with Inter. That would be special.

“But yes, I believe I will be back one day.”

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