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Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho has said he would love to return to coach Inter Milan at some stage.

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Mourinho is widely expected to leave Madrid at the end of the season, and has spoken positively about the prospect of a return to the Premier League, while former Real president Ramon Calderon believes he is bound for French side Paris Saint-Germain.

However, there has been some speculation that Mourinho could go back to Inter, with the Portuguese having recently said: "I also wonder why I left. Inter is the club where I liked to be. No one gave me the same happiness."

He has now offered a further suggestion that he would welcome the chance to return to the club at which he won the Champions League, along with Serie A and the Coppa Italia, in 2010.

"I had two fantastic years in Italy with my Inter FC," he said in a video for Gazzetta dello Sport in support of World Down Syndrome Day. "You never know - maybe I'll be back one day. If I do, it will be with great pleasure and great emotion."

However, Inter president Massimo Moratti had last week rejected the suggestion that Mourinho could replace Andrea Stramaccioni.

"It's impossible," he said. "I have not had contact with anyone. I haven't called him, they haven't called me and I do not want a call. I have made myself clear."

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