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Mourinho holds Inter Milan talks.


Former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has held talks with Inter Milan in Italy about becoming the club's coach.

"It's true they are in Italy and will return to Lisbon on Saturday," said Mourinho's personal advisor Eladio Parames late on Friday.

Mourinho, 44, has been linked with a host of European clubs since he left Chelsea in September last year.

"Of course, it was Inter who contacted Mourinho and his agent, not Mourinho contacting them," added Parames.

"He (Mourinho) always showed interest in working in Italy, and he received the contact with pleasure."

Inter coach Robert Mancini, 43, announced he was planning to quit the Serie A champions following his side's defeat by Liverpool in the last 16 of the Champions League earlier in March.

But Mancini quickly backtracked and stated his desire to stay the following day.

Is Inter Milan a good move for Jose Mourinho?

Mancini, who has been in charge of Inter since 2004, has another four years on his contract.

Inter have won the last two Serie A titles and this season are four points clear with eight games left to play.

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I think it was always going to happen if true.

You know if it does happen, I'm sure it will be fixed (in true UEFA fashion) that we will play them somewhere down the line.

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hardly suprising, but to be honest I am glad that he has gone to Italy rather than coming abck to the premiership. I would hate how much Sky and the Rat munchers would turn him into an idol if he went there, saying cr*p like "he was only bad because of Roman" and "Chelsea never appreciated such a great manager, but at Liverpool he'll have some of the best supporters in the world behind him"

Also, we will play Inter in the CL next season, if he goes there


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I think Jose is in a dilemma, does he push for the Inter job or wait for Barca or Real to implode (one has to) and take a job in Spain?

I don't think it's a done deal yet but it will be great to see him back in football again and I bet he can't wait to get his sleeves rolled up and get back into the swing of things again.

I wish him all the best.

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