Mourinho Set To Lead England To EUROPE 2016? Boss Hinted After Poor EPL performances

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has refuse to rule out any possibility of becoming England national team or the Gunners manager after his services with the Stamford Bridge outfit is no longer required.

The Portuguese tactician made this claim when confronted by celebrity Arsenal fan Piers Morgan if he could become the gunners’ coach in the nearest future.

Morgan is a die-hard Arsenal fan and staunch critique of Arsene Wenger who has constantly voiced his frustration with the French man style of management through Twitter campaign calling for the sacking of Wenger.

Mourinho is quoted  by Daily Mail as saying:

“Let me put it like this: one day I will leave Chelsea and when I do I will continue living in London.

“There are a number of other opportunities for a manager in London – Fulham, QPR, West Ham, Spurs, the England national team… and Arsenal.”

Mourinho later ruled out the possibility of managing a team who aren’t in the Champions League, he is reported to have continued saying:

“We are left with two options, yes? Arsenal and the England national team.”

The 52-year old Portuguese has taken England to be his second home and has on several occasions stated his desire to remain in England even after his term with Chelsea.

However, I doubt if Wenger would ever recommend his arc rival Mourinho to be his successor when he finally resign as the Gunners boss but the England national team will definitely be a good platform to further his coaching career.

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