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No way for Jose? 3 clubs Mourinho can join

New Delhi, Apr 20 (Agencies) | Publish Date: 4/20/2021 1:00:52 PM IST

At a time when the controversial Super League had opened an unprecedented conflict in European football, English Premier League (EPL) icon and veteran manager Jose Mourinho was relieved of his duties on Monday. Nicknamed The Special One, the Portuguese stalwart was sacked by Premier League giants Tottenham Hotspur after 17 months in charge at the North London club.  

The three-time Premier League winner was fired by Spurs just six days before Tottenham’s mouth-watering clash with Manchester City in the League Cup final at the monumental Wembley. After a bitter-sweet stint with Manchester United, Mourinho had joined Tottenham who had made it to the final of the UEFA Champions before his appointment in 2019. 
Prior to his trophy-less stint at Spurs, the 58-year-old was sacked by Chelsea and Manchester United. Here are Mourinho’s potential destination in the coming seasons after Tottenham sacking. 
1) AC Milan
Even though Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich are likely to part ways with Hansi Flick at season end, Mourinho’s recent sacking is unlikely to spark rumours about his shocking arrival in the German top flight. Speaking of giants, Mourinho can make a sensational comeback to Italian Serie A. Mourinho can even look forward to working with Milan legend Zlatan Ibrahimovic again at San Siro by taking up the managerial responsibilities.  
2) FC Porto
Where it all began for The Special One! Mourinho shocked the footballing world by guiding FC Porto to UEFA Champions League glory in 2004. 
Mourinho turned FC Porto into the biggest giant killers in the Champions League history as the Portuguese club outclassed the likes of Manchester United, Lyon, and Deportivo de La Coruña before thrashing AS Monaco in the final. 
3) Juventus
Why not? Champions League glory is the only goal that Juventus are looking to smash after dominating the Serie A for several years. In a bid to end their Champions League title drought, they even acquired the services of Ronaldo from Real Madrid. Under club legend and manager Andrea Pirlo, the Old Lady have failed to rule the Serie A standings and Ronaldo’s men are also out of the Champions League this season. It should be noted that the European giants have planned their future with current managers but the recent availability of The Special One can lead to a changing of the guards.  
 

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