Mourinho open to Premier League move

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Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho is still open to a return to the Premier League.

The 49-year-old was pictured in London on Tuesday, allegedly scouting for a house in the capital, sparking talk of a return to English football.

With Madrid ten points clear of Barcelona in La Liga, Mourinho looks set to break the Catalans' domestic stranglehold but is seemingly ready to jump ship back to England.

"Jose says he will wait to see what happens in England in the next few months," a source told The Sun.

"Will Harry Redknapp leave Tottenham for the England job? Will Roberto Mancini go if Manchester City don't win the title? Will Andre Villas-Boas survive at Chelsea?

"They are three big jobs that would all appeal to Jose."

With Redknapp hotly tipped to succeed Fabio Capello and interim manager Stuart Pearce and become the next England manager, Mourinho's name has been mentioned with the possible vacant position.

However, with Andre Villas-Boas struggling at Chelsea, a return to Stamford Bridge could be in the offing, a move that would delight the Blues support and swell the club's chances of ending their wait for a Champions League victory.

Reports have suggested that Villas-Boas will be sacked should Chelsea be knocked out of the Champions League, where they will attempt to overturn a 3-1 deficit from the first leg.

Mourinho spent a trophy laden three years at Chelsea from 2004 to 2007, wrestling Premier League supremacy away from Arsenal and Manchester United in the process and becoming a heartthrob among supporters in west London.

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