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I can’t wait to have Mourinho back

“Please don’t call me arrogant, but I’m European champion and I think I’m the special one,” remains one the greatest lines from any football manager in recent years. But Jose Mourinho isn’t just any football manager – he’s one of the more charismatic characters of the game.

The former Chelsea and current Real Madrid boss has again reiterated his desire to the return to England following a somewhat disastrous campaign with Los Blancos.

With the La Liga giants currently 18 points behind league leaders Barcelona and seven behind rivals Atletico Madrid, speculation has been rife about the possibility of the 49-year-old quitting has post at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu and making a headline dominating return to the Premiership.

While Mourinho is unlikely going to quit Real – his ego and sense of pride simply won’t allow it – it’s always been the case of ‘unfinished business’ in England. His aim is to secure the Champions League trophy with three different teams and become the first in history to so.

Having secured continental glory with FC Porto and Inter Milan, there is still a distinct possibility to do so with Madrid. Granted, a tough last 16 encounter with Manchester United stands between them and a place in the quarter-finals, but with the evident defensive frailties of Sir Alex Ferguson’s side, there is no reason why Real can’t navigate their way past the Manchester giants.

And it is the same team they face in the Champions League that Mourinho has been linked with. With Ferguson having recently celebrated his 71st birthday, time isn’t on the veteran boss’ side and having flirted with the possibility of retirement on three separate occasions in the past, there is the chance that the Scot could call it a day at the end of the current campaign, especially if he wrestles the title away from Manchester City.

Either way, be it with United or Chelsea or any other team in the Premiership, his return will be a welcome one. The Premiership misses his charisma on a weekly basis and in ending his six year hiatus, England will again house one of the greatest managers in recent history.