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Jose Mourinho could be Managing one of these Teams next season

Jose Mourinho was sacked by Tottenham this week following 17 months with the north London club, however the Portuguese lead trainer has effectively implied that he might be back soon 


Jose Mourinho may have been sacked by Tottenham this week, however he is now being connected with different positions. 


The Portuguese lead trainer saw his time in north London reach a conclusion on Monday as Spurs affirmed the choice to leave him and his staff following 17 months in control. 


The choice was made with Spurs sitting seventh in the Premier League - despite the fact that they have since climbed to 6th - and just a brief time before the Carabao Cup last against Manchester City at Wembley. 


Yet, while Mourinho has just barely wound up unemployed, effectively the previous Chelsea and Manchester United administrator has been connected with different positions. 


That incorporates Scottish side Celtic, who are looking for a perpetual replacement to Neil Lennon, who left in February after a frustrating season locally and in Europe. 


As indicated by the Scottish Sun, Mourinho was recently connected with a transition to Celtic before Brendan Rodgers was delegated, albeit previous Rangers star Kris Boyd has recommended that the Portuguese would presumably just consider a transition to the Ibrox side, were he to ponder moving north of the boundary 


Mourinho has likewise been connected with a move to another country, with Porto and Juventus among the clubs proposed as a potential next objective for him, while he has additionally been promoted as a potential future Portugal chief and previous Barcelona star Rivaldo has claimed a move to Brazil could suit him. 


Any place Mourinho winds up straightaway, he, when all is said and done, has indicated that he will not be out of the game for long. 


Posting a video on Instagram of the scene outside his home after he was sacked, the accomplished manager said a couple of words to the camera following his exit. 


"They don't give me protection, even my companion Gary (Cotterill) is upsetting me. That is my life," said Mourinho 


At the point when squeezed by Sky Sports about his excusal, he said: "No, no, thank you to such an extent. No designs to talk, you know me, you realize that I'm not going to say anything. 


"No requirement for a break. I'm generally in football." 


Maybe the Special One will be back in the game in the near future

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