Jose Mourinho was pictured spotted in Chelsea on Thursday en route to have a shave

Jose Mourinho was photographed in West London ... but the former Chelsea manager is not trying for a third time at the club - amid speculation about the future
 of Maurizio Sarri.

The 56-year-old was photographed walking down King's Road as he headed for the Oscar barber shop.

Mourinho enjoyed a 60-pound towel shave before embarking on a haircut as well.

On Thursday's visit, Mourinho bumped into a former colleague in the form of Steve Atkins.

Atkins, who works as Director of Communications and Public Relations at Chelsea, talked to Mourinho before going his separate ways.

Mourinho is unemployed after his serve as Manchester United coach in December.

The Portuguese, who has declared his desire to return to management this summer, is linked to Juventus after Massimiliano Allegri's announcement that he will leave
the club.

Speaking about his future this week, Mourinho admitted that a former player asked him to join his club - prompting suggestions that he could be talking to Cristiano
Ronaldo about becoming Juve coach.

There were reports Monday that Ronaldo had asked his former coach, who was in charge at Real Madrid, to move to Allianz Stadium this summer.

Speaking to Bein Sports, Mourinho said: 'One of the players I have a great relationship with, he plays for a team and told me,' You should come here next season 'and
 I told him:' They do not love me. '

'He told me,' You win three games and they're going to start loving you. '

'That's just ... we're professionals and we have respect for each other, even when we have bad reactions on the pitch at the press conference, one player is more
 aggressive with another.

"They are people of the same industry and in the end people respect each other."

Mourinho has been unemployed since being fired from Manchester United last December. But he has a record of success in Italy, driving Inter from Milan to Treble in
 2010.

That can count against him in any attempt to become manager of Juventus, due to the rivalry between the two clubs and the fact that Mourinho has already fueled the
 flames.

In November last year, he backed Juventus fans after United defeated them in the Champions League group stage.

Mourinho was responsible for the best season of Ronaldo, helping him score 46 goals in the 2011-12 campaign of Real Madrid.

1 comment:

  1. MentionMourinho name anywhere.he's synonymous with success.someone who loves his job, and knows what he's doing at any time.but whom success always attract criticism that spun him into a greater breakthrough.all he needed is full board backing. Bingo

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