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Why Mourinho will never return to Chelsea, United

Timothy Aiyeku

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Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho has played down the possibility of returning to his former clubs Chelsea and Man United in the future as he plans to return to management ahead of the coming summer transfer window.

Jose Mourinho was sacked by Man United management in December last year after series of poor results and was replaced by a former player Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who has now been handed a permanent role.

The Portuguese boss has since been without a job but he was reported to have rejected an offer after learning that the club does not have the kind of ambition he seeks for.

Jose Mourinho has been cited in England but has claimed he is not around to manage any Premier League side because it is not an option for him because some players do not like him and will go ahead to call him a bastard.

This is the main reason why he will not seek to work with any of the clubs because they will demand wins but will not want hint o do it in his way but will rather demand other things.

However, he stressed that he has got his record to speak for him, noting that he won the Europa League and the Carabao Cup United.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.