Former Real Madrid president
Ramon Calderon says the
Spanish giants could be open to
bringing Jose Mourinho back to
the Bernabeu in the future.
Skysports reports.

Mourinho remains determined to
turn the fortunes of Chelsea
around following a dismal start
to the season, but has seen his
position come under scrutiny
following a poor run of results.

Calderon believes Mourinho could
be in line for a return to the club
he managed between 2010 and
2013 should they decide to
dispense with the services of
current boss Rafael Benitez,
especially given his relationship
with current president Florentino
Perez.

Mourinho, who won La Liga with
Real in 2012, was first-choice for
Perez to replace outgoing coach
Carlo Ancelotti in the summer,
according to Calderon, but
turned his former club down to
stay at Stamford Bridge.

Speaking to TalkSPORT, Calderon
said:

“It is not a secret that the current
Real Madrid president has
backed Mourinho many times. He
likes him a lot and you can’t rule
out seeing him again on the
bench at the Bernabeu.

“I know it seems strange, but if
Benitez doesn’t have a good
season and Mourinho gets
sacked by Chelsea, I insist you
can’t rule out seeing him here
again.

“I know that the president tried
to have him here instead of
Benitez, but Mourinho said he
didn’t want it and that it wasn’t
the right time to come back.

“But after two or three years I
can see him here again – it
happened the same with Chelsea,
they sacked him but then he
came back. In football that is
normal.

“The current president has a lot
of interest in Mourinho, he
backed him a lot during his time
at Madrid and Mourinho is his
favourite coach.”

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