Jose Mourinho: Where will he be next season?

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Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho has revealed he does not know where his future lies. 

Over the past week there has been huge speculation surrounding the special one and his future within the game. 

There has been talk linking him to European Champions Chelsea where he had previously held his post as manager. After a very successful spell with the Blue Mourinho went on to manage Italian giants Inter Milan where he won his second Champions League crown. 

Manchester United is another club where he has emerged as on of the favourites to take the hot seat of Sir Alex Ferguson.

The Portuguese had suggested after his sides Champions League elimination to Borussia Dortmund that he wants to return to Stamford Bridge by saying that he is "loved" in England where he believes the Spanish people "hate" him. 

This clearly states that his time could be up in Spain and England is calling for him back. On the other hand Mourinho revealed ahead of Saturday's fixture that nothing was guaranteed and he didn't know where his future lied. 

"We will speak about the future after the end of the season. I have a Copa del Rey final and La Liga matches to play," he told Sky Sports. 

So with the special one playing his cards close to his chest will he stay in Spain or move back to England and back to his beloved Chelsea?

If Jose was to lose the Bernabeu hot seat this summer surely England will be his first choice destination. Having already managed in Portugal and Italy where he won the Champions League you would think Chelsea or Manchester United would be the next stop in terms of winning more silverware and bagging another Champions league trophy. 

Sir Alex has been a great servant to Manchester United over the years winning numerous trophies and wouldn't just give up the post to anyone. Both Ferguson and Mourinho are great friends so maybe Jose heading to Old Trafford would be the icing on the cake.

Only time will tell where Jose's next managerial post is at however one thing is for sure wherever he goes he will be successful.

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