Mourinho is ready to get back to work

Jose Mourinho has declares himself “Full of fire” as he contemplates his return to football.

In an exclusive interview with Sky Sports, he stated he is “full of fire” as he prepares for a return to football management.

The Portuguese self-proclaimed “special one” has been out of management since he was relieved of his duties at Manchester United. back in December 2018.

He has publicly addressed his future on many occasions, especially while working as a pundit for beIN sports network. The answer has always been clear, that he was waiting for the right offer.

He is currently in his home town of Setubal waiting for the all-important call from agent Jorge Mendes. That the right offer is on the table.

He said.

“This is basically the first time I have time to think, the first time I am in Setubal at the end of July or beginning of August in more than 20 years.”

Jose Mourinho, Real Madrid

Jose Mourinho responds to Real Madrid return talk

Jose Mourinho attempted to shut down talk of a Real Madrid comeback as the pressure continues to grow for Zinedine Zidane.

“I have some time to think, to rethink, to analyse and what I feel is exactly that ‘Ze’ (Mourinho’s nickname as a boy) is full of fire!”

“My friends tell me ‘enjoy your time, enjoy your July, enjoy your August, enjoy what you never had’. Honestly, I can’t enjoy. I am not happy enough to enjoy.”

It appears while he is no rush to get back into the game. He will also jump at the right opportunity.

“I miss my football, I have the fire, I have a compromise with myself, with people that love me, with so many fans that I have around the world, so many people that I inspired.”

He is obviously hungry to get back to what he loves. This is a man who has won everywhere he has been. His resume reads like the who is who of football elite.

Let’s be honest, Jose Mourinho needs football in his life. But at the same time football needs Jose Mourinho in its life.

LONDON, ENGLAND – NOVEMBER 13: Manager Jose Mourinho of Chelsea (R) watches Andy Murray of Great Britain take on in the round robin singles match against Roger Federer of Switzerland on day five of the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals at O2 Arena on November 13, 2014 in London, England. (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

 

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