Jose Mourinho has one of the best CV’s in Football and when he becomes available again there will be a queue of clubs wanting him to take them on.
“The Special One” made his name when he took unfancied Porto to glory. In 2003 he won the Portugese Primeira Liga title the cup Taça de Portugal, and the UEFA Cup. The following year he went one better retaining the league title and also winning the UEFA Champions League. Mourinho was then attracting the interest of top european clubs. Chelsea managed to persuade him to take over the club, who despite the millions of russian owner Roman Abramovich had not managed to win the title. In his first year Jose won the league title for Chelsea their first in 50 years. He continued to win trophies at Chelsea but his outspokeness led to him moving on in September 2007.
Jose took over at Inter Milan in Italy winning them the Serie A title before in 2010 going on to win another Champions League title in a season when they completed a treble by winning Serie A and Italian Cup,
In 2010 Jose moved to Spain winning the Copa Del Rey in 2012 he won the La Liga title becoming the first manager to win the title in 4 different countries. Real Madrid do not look like winning the LA Liga title this season but he will be wanting to the win the Champions League. However the rumours as always are where Mourinho will manage next. Chelsea might want to woo Jose back to West London, a place where he still has a home and a country he says he still loves. Man Utd might want to line Jose up for when Fergie retires, and Man City might be a suitor if they decide to push aside Mancini.
Chelsea are favourites at 5/4 then Man City 5/2 Man utd 7/2 and PSG 5/1 and any national team 16/1 the long shot is Bacelona at 25/1