Reports in Spain have claimed Jose Mourinho will quit Real Madrid this summer to return to the Premier League, which could mean him taking charge at Liverpool, Manchester City, Tottenham or even former club Chelsea.
According to the Sunday Mirror, Mourinho is City’s number one choice to replace current manager Roberto Mancini - should the club decide to sack the Italian - and the former Chelsea and Inter Milan boss is said to be "beginning to warm" to the idea of taking charge at the Etihad Stadium (see below).
But City is just one possible destination for the Special One if and when he decides to leave the Bernabeu and according to the Sunday Times, a return to England could open up the possibility of him taking charge at Liverpool, Tottenham or even former club Chelsea.
According to the Times, Mourinho has "grown disillusioned with life in Madrid" despite Los Blancos now being seven points clear of Barcelona in La Liga, largely as a result of being criticised for the team's struggles in El Clasico matches against their fierce rivals.
It has been widely thought that the Portuguese has been holding out to take charge of Manchester United when Sir Alex Ferguson eventually decides to retire.
But with the Scot deciding to stay on at Old Trafford for the time being, it may be that Mourinho ends up elsewhere.
On Sunday morning following a number of reports which appear to all but confirm that Mourinho will quit Madrid this summer, bookmakers Sky Bet made Chelsea and Man City 2/1 joint favourites in their Jose Mourinho Next English Club To Manage market.
The 49-year-old is said to be back on good terms with Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich and it may well be that the Russian decides to sack Andre Villas-Boas at the end of the season should the Blues have a poor end to what has not been a great campaign to date.
Mourinho spent a little over three years at Stamford Bridge from June 2004, twice winning the Premier League and Carling Cup, as well as the FA Cup, before his sudden exit in September 2007.
Taking charge at Liverpool currently looks unlikely, but Tottenham are a possibility due to the potential of that job opening up this summer, as current manager Harry Redknapp is widely thought to be keen on succeeding Fabio Capello as England manager after Euro 2012.
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