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Jose Mourinho keen on third spell with Chelsea

Published at :February 7, 2024 at 10:35 PM
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Rajarshi Shukla

Jose Mourinho is also open to a move to Manchester United

After turning down the opportunity to manage Saudi Pro League team Al-Shabab, Jose Mourinho may be getting closer to securing a Premier League comeback to his old club Chelsea. The contentious manager, who had successful stints at Manchester United and Tottenham, has managed the Blues twice; a third is reportedly doubtful but not ruled out.

After Chelsea’s 4-1 loss to Liverpool earlier this week, they are currently ranked tenth in the Premier League standings. Pochettino is certain that he knows exactly why his team was so easily defeated.

Pochettino will undoubtedly be hoping for a different result when Chelsea and Liverpool square off once more in the Carabao Cup final at Wembley at the end of February.

Although the club has stated that Pochettino’s position at Stamford Bridge will be reviewed in the summer, there doesn’t seem to be an immediate threat to his position. However, tension could build if he continues to deliver subpar performances and results.

Mourinho has a long history with Chelsea, and since he was fired by AS Roma at the beginning of 2024, he has often surfaced as a managerial possibility Chelsea can use once more. According to the Standard, Mourinho was also connected to other jobs in the Middle East in addition to Napoli; the 61-year-old turned down an offer from Al-Shabab.

Man United, another of his old teams, have been connected to him, and Erik ten Hag, the current head coach, appears to be under continual pressure. Those connections were strengthened by a recent Mail report that claimed Mourinho feels he still has unresolved business at Old Trafford and is hoping to pull off a spectacular comeback.

Chelsea’s chances of rehiring Mourinho are slim, given a variety of factors, the most significant of which is probably the ownership shift. He has been fired from his last three jobs despite his enormous success in the past, which does not augur well for any prospective teams.

Mourinho also has a tendency to spend a lot of money on every team he signs, but that is already being done at Stamford Bridge, so it is doubtful to go on.

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