Mourinho visits Milan, denies joining Nerazzurri again

Ever since Jose Mourinho has been fired from his managerial post at Stamford Bridge, he has been in the limelight not for his past, but for his future destinations. Every time Portuguese is in talk with officials of any side, media considers it preliminary meeting of a possible deal and this is what happened when Portuguese attended Inter Milan‘s match against Sampdoria last Saturday. Everyone is taking his Italian visit his attempt to secure another job leading his former side, but nulling all the reports of him linking with Serie A side Mourinho says he is not going to return San Siro next summer. Actually, he has been one of the most successful mentors for Inter Milan who led them from 2008-2010 and won treble of Serie A, Coppa Italia, and UEFA Champions League titles in his final year and for this reason, fans want him to come back and deliver similar results.

While on the others side, there have been rumors in England that he is all set to join Manchester United and has signed a £48m deal to take over Van Gaal next summer which contradicts his Inter Milan move and clarifying his possible move to Italy and if he is keen to join back his former baby, 53-year-old Portuguese said, “I’ll be in Milan for one day — I am grateful to my president Massimo Moratti, who I want to personally thank. I left Inter in 2010 and since then I have worked hard at Real Madrid and Chelsea, so it has been hard to find the time to have lunch with the Moratti family. We agreed to see each other a couple of weeks ago. After being together for lunch we will go to San Siro, bringing with us the spirit of Inter, with the hope and happiness to see Inter win. It will be very emotional for me — San Siro, the Inter fans.

“But one thing I want to clarify, I will not be in charge next season. Inter have a project and that is Erick Thohir and Roberto Mancini. Their ideas have my full support and my hope is that the project of the coach and the president continues with great success.”

Adding about his United talks and if he is in advance stage of a possible deal, he did not clear his state of mind and said, “My next club? I really don’t know. One thing is certain; I love football and I will return on the fields with the same passion and ambition as always. Right now I have respect for every coach and every club. I’m not looking for a club; it is the clubs who seek me.”

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