Jose Mourinho is reportedly eyeing an Epic return to the Bernabeu as he issues two demands to replace current Real coach Santiago Solari
Spanish giants Real Madrid are in motion to replace Santiago Solari at the end of the season. A Speculative replacement involving Portuguese Coach jose morinho who has coached Real Madrid where he won the Copa del Rey in his first season and La Ligawith a record points total in his second.
Solari is widely expected to lose his job in the summer after Los Blancos lost back-to-back games against Barcelona at the Bernabeu.
Mauricio Pochettino and Massimiliano Allegri are both being eyed by Real Madrid but Mourinho, in the eyes of many, is the front runner for the job.
But Spanish journalist and OK Diario director Eduardo Inda has claimed Mourinho has issued two demands that hold the key to his and Solari’s future.
“Real Madrid has indirectly probed the signing of Mourinho, who would earn 18 million net per season,” he said.
“The only thing is that the Portuguese coach has put two conditions: make a clean squad and have full powers to do what you want on the sports field.”
The Portugese Jose Mourinho had an unimpressive coaching period at Manchester United, where he won the UEFA Europa League and EFL Cup in his first season.
Although he led the club to second place in the Premier League the following year, the club’s highest league finish since 2013, he did not win any trophies, and was dismissed in December 2018, midway through his third season at the club after going through one of their worst-ever starts to a season.
Mourinho is clearly keen to avoid a repeat of what happened at Manchester United and Chelsea. At his first spell in Real his feuds with Sergio Ramos and Iker Casillas ultimately saw him forced to depart.
Mourinho now seems to want to return, however, but whether Real grant him his two wishes remains to be seen.
Meanwhile, the Portuguese has previously hinted he would be open to a sensational Bernabeu comeback.
“To a club that I have been before? If I think the right club, the right structure, the right ambitions, I will have no problem at all,” he said.
“I think it’s really a reason of pride when a club where you worked before wanting you back
“They [Madrid] are the iconic club, I think so, you know, [they have won] 13 Champions Leagues [titles].”
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