Former Chelsea and Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is reportedly eyeing a return to the top flight of English football.
This is according to the publication from the stables of the Daily Mirror which revealed that Jose Mourinho prefers a return to the Premier League and that he wants to make history.
His target is to become the first manager to win major honours with three clubs in the Premier League.
Mourinho won major trophies at both Chelsea and Manchester United.
The Portuguese tactician won eight major honours over two spells as the Chelsea Manager, while he won two major trophies namely the Europa League title and the Carabao Cup title as the Manchester United manager.
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Jose Mourinho has rejected several managerial jobs from clubs in the Chinese Super League, French giants Lyon and Portuguese champions Benfica.
He has been out of the dugout since his dismissal at Manchester United last year.
The 56-year-old lost his job at Old Trafford after an underwhelming start to last season.
Mourinho was replaced by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has on a temporary contract and his permanent appointment has since been approved by the club’s hierarchy.
Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur have managers who are under pressure to perform and Mourinho has been linked with the two clubs.