Mourinho can return to Stamford Bridge if Potter gets sacked

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Jose Mourinho is interested in returning back to Chelsea for the third time in his career as Potter might get sacked.

Mourinho will make a sensational return back to Premier League if Chelsea’s current disastrous form continues. The Blues are currently struggling as they have only 2 matches in their last 15 appearances.

As per Standard Sports, Potter has retained the trust of Chelsea’s hierarchy but his current poor run can change that. Chelsea has a huge task of facing Borrusia Dortmund in the Champions League, next month. Potter is now a favorite to get sacked in recent months. Possible rumors suggest that Mourinho might replace him. However, the Portuguese is currently working with AS Roma in Italy and won UEFA Europa Conference League with them, last year.

Earlier, Mourinho tasted huge success with Chelsea, winning 3 Premier League titles in two consecutive stints. But his last two managerial jobs in Premier League with Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur have been not up to the mark.

In an interview with SkySports, Mourinho recently gave a cryptic message :-

“If you ask me do I have somebody that I would love to take over from ‘my Chelsea’ let’s say that, yes, but I have but I close my mouth.

“The club reached such a level that it doesn’t matter who it’s with but Chelsea will always be Chelsea. Chelsea will always be big and my house will always be 200 metres away from the stadium so I want to keep listening to the sound of happiness and success. I’m pretty sure it’s going to be like that.”


Former Italy International Antonio Cassano believes that Mourinho might return to Premier League.

Cassano told Bobo TV, via Sports Witness:-

“If Inzaghi were to be fired, I would rule out the return of Jose Mourinho. If an offer from the Premier League were to arrive, the Special One would choose England.

However, frankly speaking, Chelsea needs a Mourinho at this moment in time.

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