Jose Mourinho Set To Return To His Former Club?

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Jose Mourinho’s resume is not being reflected in the results that Manchester United have been putting in as of recent. The gaffer’s defensive brand of football is nowhere to be seen.

With their 3-1 loss to Liverpool on Sunday, Manchester United have conceded a whopping 29 goals already this season in the Premier League.

What makes matters worse is that they’ve scored the same amount of goals and only 4 clubs have conceded more goals this season, all of them occupying the bottom-most spots in the table.

Recent reports have claimed that even the players have lost faith in the Portuguese tactician and that morale is running at an all-time low throughout the club.

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In addition to the results on the field, the off-field spats with Paul Pogba aren’t helping Mourinho’s case either. As of such, the illustrious boss could be offered a way out of this turmoil through a familiar name.

According to the Express, Mourinho is being considered for the manager’s job at Inter in the coming summer. The Italian side are believed to be set on parting ways with their present gaffer Luciano Spalletti after they crashed out of the Champions League earlier this week.

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Mourinho had one of the finest spells of his managerial career at Inter, with the treble being lifted by him in 2010.

The report adds that Mourinho is being specifically wished for by the club’s chief executive Guiseppe Marotta who is also said to be considering Antonio Conte for the top post.

Mourinho has previously indicated that he’d love to stay on at United even beyond his present contract but the manner in which things are going at the moment does beg the question if he holds the same opinion now.

If reports of him having lost the dressing room’s trust are indeed true, then there is nothing that he can truly achieve with the side in the months to come.