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United and Chelsea tempting Mourinho back to England?

Real Madrid CF v Athletic Club - La Liga

MADRID, SPAIN – NOVEMBER 17: Real Madrid head coach Jose Mourinho looks on before the start of the La Liga match between Real Madrid CF and Athletic Club de Bilbao at estadio Santiago Bernabeu on November 17, 2012 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images)

English newspapers Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph and Daily Star have been strongly linking Jose Mourinho with a move back to England.

Tabloids in England claim that Jose’s 16-year-old daughter can be a huge reason for this move.

Mourinho’s daughter, Tita, has been enrolled in a course at the Camberwell School of Art (London), a place that is located just six miles from the home of Chelsea, Stamford Bridge. Daily Star claims that Tita will be accompanied by her mother, Matilde, hinting a move back for the Mourinho family. In addition, it also ensures that the relationship between Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich and Jose has improved greatly in recent times.

To try to give more strength to the build-up story, English newspapers quoted several sentences of a close friend of Mourinho who claimed that the Portuguese manager is annoyed with many of his players’s bad attitude. Spanish Newspaper, AS reported that Jose was also unhappy with the club’s policy, especially with the club’s inaction in defending him with the media always targeting him.

Meanwhile, Former Spurs’ boss Harry Redknapp believes Mourinho would be the perfect replacement for Alex Ferguson.

“It is hardly the greatest secret that Jose is planning, one day, to manage again in the Premier League and it wouldn’t surprise me if he ends up in Manchester, but I can picture him being at United rather than City. Taking over from Fergie, whenever it happens, will also be almost impossible, but Jose could once again be the Special One. If anyone could do it, he could, and United fans would love him,” Redknapp told The Sun.

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