Mourinho could return to Chelsea for the third time and make history
It is said that Chelsea wants to hire Jose Mourinho in the hopes that he can help the team get back to its former glory.
If that happens, the Portuguese manager will return to the Blues for the third time to take over the team.
Sources say that the manager of Roma is thinking about his options and might want to join the English team. Since he took over as manager of AS Roma a year and a half ago, The Special One has been a big part of the team’s success in the first UEFA Conference Cup. This meant that Roma won a trophy for the first time in 15 years.
On the other hand, Mourinho is waiting to see if his club can play in the Champions League. If they can’t, he may look for work somewhere else.
La Gazette Dello Sports sources say, however, that the Portuguese legend may be thinking about leaving because he doesn’t like the transfer money the team has set aside for him.
Simon Phillips, a journalist, told GiveMeSports that Jose Mourinho might think about going back to Chelsea.
When Chelsea was first put up for sale, I heard that Jose Mourinho talked to a few of the people who might be interested in buying it.
Jose Mourinho seemed to enjoy going back to Stamford Bridge, where he has won three Premier League championships. The current manager, Graham Potter, is under contract until 2027, but he is having trouble with the all-star team he has put together.
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During the last transfer window in January, Chelsea signed several important players, such as Joao Felix, Mykhailo Mudryk, Enzo Fernandez, and a few more. Since Todd Boehly became the new owner, the Blues have spent almost 600 million pounds.
Even though Mourinho is now said to have denied rumours that he was going to leave AS Roma when he won the UEFA Conference Cup the year before. He talked about it in an interview after the game.
“I’m going to say no to any offer that comes my way. Even if there are rumours, I’m still going to stay at Roma. We made history as we know it now.
Besides that, he said that
“I am confident that I will keep my job as manager of Roma. I’m thinking about a lot of things right now. Right now, I feel like a real Romanista.