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Friday, 3 February 2012

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"Is that you Jose"?

Premier League chairman were measuring their linen baskets and coaches looking over their shoulders last night upon the news that 'special one' Jose Mourinho wants to leave Real Madrid and return to the Premier League at the end of the season - but the big question is 'with who?'

Chelsea might be the obvious destination if Jose can resolve previous differences with Roman Abramovitch, Old Trafford could also be his new home should Sir Alex Ferguson decide now is a good time to call it a day.

Man City wouldn't hesitate to replace Mancini if his team surrender their long time lead of the EPL at the end of the season.

Andre Villas-Boas at Tottenham and Brendan Rodgers at Liverpool are under increasing pressure after slow starts to their league form in their new jobs.

However, the story took a twist last night when Mourinho was overheard saying he wants to work with Milan. At first glance this contradicted his first statement that he wants to work in England - but when asked to clarify himself Mourinho said "no no no - Milan Manderic - I heard he pays big, big bonuses. Tax-free - just like me, Ruud Gullit and 'Rosie' like it"

* Just one small problem at the moment - Milan Mandaric is chairman of Sheffield Wednesday - and they are in League One!

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