Jobless Mourinho ready to take up this surprise job

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Jose Mourinho was sacked as Roma boss back in January, after two-and-a-half years in charge of Roma.

The Portuguese has been without a job since being axed by Roma.

Mourinho has said he is looking forward to getting a job in the summer.

When asked if he got any offers, the ex-Chelsea boss said: “Zero, zero. I don’t have a club, I’m free. But I want to work, in the summer I want to work.”

Surprisingly, former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho did not even rule out a return to working at a club in Portugal – something he wouldn’t have considered some time ago.

He said: “Never say no, especially in football. My life is football, I can train anywhere, I have no problems.”

Chelsea fans have chanted Jose Mourinho’s name at times this season, showing their  frustration with current manager, Mauricio Pochettino.

Chelsea appointing Jose Mourinho is definitely a move that won’t be happening under Todd Boehly.

2 Comments on "Jobless Mourinho ready to take up this surprise job"

  1. How are you Chelsea funs

  2. Mourinho should rest or go for small clubs in Portugal, he was good but is no more.

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