Four months after being fired by Roma, Jose Mourinho is aiming for a lucrative comeback to management.

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Reports state that JOSE MOURINHO is the target of a lucrative return to management in Saudi Arabia.

The former manager of Chelsea, Manchester United, and Tottenham has been unemployed since Roma fired him in January.

 

It’s possible that Jose Mourinho may manage in Saudi Arabia shortly.

 

Mourinho has been linked to a return to the Blues, but he eliminated himself from consideration when he disclosed that, despite being less than two minutes from Stamford Bridge, he doesn’t go to games.

But the Portuguese man might soon find himself having to make do in the Middle East.

Journalist Ben Jacobs claims that Al-Qadsiah, a Saudi team, wants Mourinho to be their manager for the upcoming campaign.

The team, which will move up from the Saudi First Division to the Saudi Pro League, has “huge ambitions” to take on the four clubs owned by the Public Investment Fund (PIF), namely Al-Ittihad, Al-Ahli, Al-Nassr, and Al-Hilal.

 

Petroleum behemoths Aramco own Al-Qadsiah, who are headquartered in the city of Al Khobar in eastern Saudi Arabia.

Mourinho is expected in the city later this month, according to Jacobs’ story.

He has turned down offers of enormous sums of money from the league in the past from players like Al-Shabab.

Mourinho was said to be on “stand-by” for a position that would “motivate” him at the moment.

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During his break from football, the 65-year-old attended a Formula One race and waved the chequered flag at a Moto GP event.

But he has also been devoting a lot of thought to novel tactical advancements.

 

Additionally, he disclosed last month that he thinks a manager may eventually try to score late in a game without using a goalkeeper.

 

 

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