Inter Milan coach Jose Mourinho says he would like to succeed Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United when the Scot eventually retires. The 67-year-old, who has been in charge at the Theatre of Dreams for a staggering 23 years, has revealed he may finally step down in the next two years, with the Red Devils supremo keen on securing a record 19th English league title for the club, as well as winning another Champions League crown. And Mourinho, won won two Premier League titles, two League Cups and one FA Cup during his relatively short Stamford Bridge tenure, has admitted the Old Trafford hot-seat would appeal to him. "I would consider going to Manchester United but United have to consider if they want me to succeed Sir Alex Ferguson," he said in the Daily Mirror. "If they do, then of course. "I like England, where the fans are very passionate and make the game a beautiful occasion with such an incredible atmosphere."
28 July 2009
Get FourFourTwo interviews, features and fun in your inbox every week. For free!
Thank you for registering for our Newsletter
We will send regular updates on the ongoing FourFourTwo updates to the email address you have supplied.