Jose Mourinho ‘reveals his two demands’ for accepting Real Madrid manager’s job


Jose Mourinho is ready to return to football management.

The Portuguese was sacked at Manchester United just last month following the Red Devils’ 3-1 defeat by bitter rivals Liverpool.

Since leaving his post in Manchester the two-time Champions League winner has been out of work, but there has been no shortage of top sides keeping track of his progress.

Benfica recently made an approach for their former boss, after the Lisbon-based outfit parted company with their manager Rui Vitoria.

Benfica president Luis Filipe Vieira told Mourinho that he would have good money to spend if he is prepared to take the job.

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But Mourinho has snubbed Benfica’s interest in him, and appears to be holding out for an offer from a slightly bigger club.’

One club on his radar is another team he used to manage: Real Madrid.

Los Blancos only recently hired Santiago Solari as manager, but the Argentine is struggling to get results.

Mourinho during his first stint in charge of Real Madrid (Image: Getty Images)