Jose Mourinho may be set to land another Premier League job in the summertime

Jorge Mendes is to help Jose Mourinho secure his next job in the Premier League, with Wolves being mentioned as a possibility by Don Balon.

After his sacking by Tottenham, you get the impression that Mourinho has exhausted all of his options at the top end of the Premier League table.

His past affiliation with Chelsea and Spurs rule him out of the running for the Arsenal job, while any ex-Manchester United manager is not going to be replacing Pep Guardiola at Manchester City.

If The Special One is to remain in England, compromises may have to be made. As per Don Balon, a drop down to mid-table could be on the cards for the Portuguese.

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Nuno Espirito Santo’s Wolves future is reportedly in some doubt.

Don Balon report that, with doubts emerging over the future of Nuno Espirito Santo at Molineux, Mourinho could take the Wolves job ahead of next season.

It’s believed that his agent, Jorge Mendes, is working on it, and with his close ties to Wolves, ties which have helped them assemble their squad, this could actually come to fruition.

Mourinho taking the Wolves job would be a pretty clear indicator of how the mighty have fallen, but perhaps he could do without the expectations that come with managing a top club.

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  1. Arsenal2win says:

    When a child insults an elder, the curse of nature is bound 2 visit him. Mourinho should locate Wenger & tender his apologize if he wants success 2 revisit him again cuz he’s currently the master of all failures. If he takes the Wolves job, it will be a down grade & he will be sacked after 18 months. Go & apologize 2 Wenger.

    1. MouFans says:

      What ? master of all failures ?? when is the last time he win trophy ? it’s 2017 idiot! In total he win > 25 trophy already. How many trophy for Wenger ?? Career is always up and down, now he’s at the downside, he will raise up again, provided club trust him to buy players that he want

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