AS Roma Manager, Jose Mourinho, has been touted to return to England after spending some time away from the English Premier League. However, it would be a surprise for the legendary to leave the Italian club, where he is enjoying a good spell, to become a replacement for Rafa Benitez following the Spaniard's dismissal in the light of a weekend defeat at Norwich.
Jose Mourinho, on the other hand, has spoken out after being linked with a return to the Premier League.
However, based on Mourinho's comments this week, it looks like the Toffees will not appoint a third former Real Madrid manager in a succession, following the departures of Rafael Benitez and Carlo Ancelotti in recent months.
This what Mourinho said, according Mirror.co.uk
"Right now I wouldn’t change my job here at Roma with another one," Mourinho said after his team beat Lecce in the Coppa Italia on Thursday night.
"I gave my world to Roma for three years and I feel this is my project."
Well let's see what happens in the days to come.
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