Portuguese legend linked with 'special' Liverpool move

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Jose Mourinho is being linked with a sensational Barclays Premier League return after failing to commit to Real Madird.

The Portuguese manager has continuously hinted that a return to England is not beyond the realms of possibility, with Liverpool thought to be one of the clubs interested in taking the former Porto chief.

Mourinho rose to prominence on these shores during a hugely successful spell at Chelsea, although a reported row with Roman Abramovich ended his tenure at Stamford Bridge.

'The Special One' went on to have more success at Inter Milan, leading the Italian giants to Serie 'A' titles and the Champions League before moving to Madrid after a two year spell at the San Siro. It is easy to see why Liverpool would be interested in his services.

"Regarding my future, we'll see what happens at the end of the season," said Mourinho despite his appointment at the Bernabeu in the summer.

"Contracts aren't the most important thing in football. If all the parties are happy at the end of a campaign, they remain together. If they aren't, they don't."


Liverpool have recently named Kenny Dalglish as their manager, but the appointment is not guaranteed to be a long-term arrangement after the sacking of Roy Hodgson on Merseyside.

New owners NESV are reportedly keen on making a statement at Anfield with a big-name appointment, and the Liverpool board could not get any bigger than Mourinho.

The Metro link Liverpool with an appointment, although also notes that Manchester United could be a possibility post Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford.

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