Jose Mourinho set for Bundesliga switch, eyes 5th different league title

Jose Mourinho set for Bundesliga switch, eyes 5th different league title

- Jose Mourinho will consider an offer from a Bundesliga outfit

- The Portuguese has revealed his desire to win another league title and a third UCL trophy

- Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund are potential destinations for The Special One

Jose Mourinho is ready to try out his fifth country as manager after admitting he will entertain offers from the German topflight

According to Daily Mail, the 56-year-old Portuguese tactician has been out of work after Man United’s sack mid-December, but he is keen to return to coaching despite rejecting about four job offers so far.

At the last count, Mourinho won domestic league titles in Portugal, England, Italy and Spain after managing the quartet of Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real Madrid respectively along with two Champions League winners medal.

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French Ligue 1 and German Bundesliga are the remaining two top Europe's big-five leagues that Mourinho is yet to work.

At the last count, reports have repeatedly linked Mourinho with Lyon managerial role recently, but it seems the French Ligue 1 outfit will stick with Bruno Genesio going forward.

Interestingly, the German topflight could serve as an alternative option for Mourinho, who has expressed his readiness to return to work by end of the campaign.

Already, Niko Kovac is under intense pressure at Bayern Munich, with the Bavarian giants’ two points adrift of league leaders Borussia Dortmund after being bundled out of the Champions League eliminated by Liverpool.

“I would like to win a third Champions League with a third club and to win a fifth league in a fifth different country,” Mourinho was quoted as saying by Record.

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“But I do not always have what I want and my ambitions are not limited to this,” he said, even as he was quick add that welcome an offer to work in Germany.

“It's a country I've never trained in. Why not? Let's see,” Mourinho summed up.

Earlier, reported ex-Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has aimed a dig at a Manchester United player Paul Pogba who wanted to travel alone in his Rolls Royce instead of joining the squad on the team bus. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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