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Is Mourinho`s Next Stop United?

The man labelled as the 'Special One` hasn`t officially started his new job at the Bernabou yet but already the media speculation is rife that his next step will be Old Trafford.

Apparently, his new contract with Real Madrid stipulates that after two years service he is free to leave if the club that wants him is prepared to pay the buy-out clause fee.

Whilst at Inter this fee was circa 16 million Euros but the gossip suggests that Real Madrid only had to cough up eight million Euros.

Jose has always intimated that one day he`d return to the Premier League and although he has spoken about returning to Chelsea the grapevine suggests it`s the United job he yearns for.

Already rumours are rife that Sir Alex will choose to leave in two years time therefore this fits in with all the speculation.

After such a successful period as manager of Manchester United it is going to be a big hole to fill when the Scot does decide enough is enough but you get the feeling that Jose Mourinho could well do that.

But, with Sir Alex staying around long enough to create a dynasty you have to ask if Jose Mourinho would be prepared to do more that he two year spells he seems comfortable with at his previous clubs.

Will it happen or is it all just media pie-in-the-sky?

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday May 30 2010

Time: 11:27AM

Your Comments

If he thinks he has a chance here, we will do what it takes. He has made it known before and it would seem he is one of the few shortlisted by the club too. He has the personality and the mental strength, hope the RM stint gives him a chance to display the attacking side of the game. I mean how defensive can you get with Ronnie, Kaka, Higuain and Benzema in your team? Will it happen? SAF may still pull one out of the hat!
elvido
Wow! Didn't realize that you lads were getting this desperate!! Already dreaming of getting Jose when he didnt even start his new job.. Slow down lads :)
SLampard
why is there a chelsea fan in every post here
Reddevils4ever89
Hey Fat Frank, No one here is dreaming of getting Jose. I would rather have Ole at the helm after Fergie. I meant to say that the way things are going I am afraid he may head here in a couple of years or so. I would rather he didn't, trophies or not. It still means a lot to me to see the team play attacking football.
elvido
SLampard Mourinho dreams of becoming the Man U manager not we dream of him being the Man U manager, the question was will he? which if he had the choice he (in my belief) would take in a heartbeat.
TheFamousNo7
I dont care how desperate it seems - I want Jose here after Fergie. The only manager in world football who could fill the shoes of such a legend without crumbling under the pressure - is Jose Mourinho and his massive ego. I think he wants to come here and I think the club want him here too. I think he would steady the ship once fergie leaves, keep the trophies coming and leave us better off in terms of tactical awareness and set pieces. My only concern with him is his aversion to working with youth. If he comes here in three years time - I'd be angry if he starts selling off our budding stars because he prefers to work with OAPs. But if we can get 3 good interim years out of him, I'd be interested to see how Ole and Moyes were doing by then.
tuscan3000
That's my biggest fear with Jose, his lack of trust in youth!
elvido
real madrid think he will have lots ov fun there with money to burn - u lot what a joke, gotta watch ur£ new law that will slow u down debt debt debt he will never join u lot stop dreaming . BERBATOS CARRICK------NOT MODRIC NOT BALE-(red nose said- NEW GIGGS) U CAN STOP TRYING TO SLOW SPURS DOWN NOW- HARRY AINT AVIN ANY OV IT - (keep up the good work glazziers )
J.COYS-TTID
 

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