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Jose wants English return

Jose Mourinho is apparently eager to secure a move to the Premier League with Manchester United, Manchester City or Chelsea.

Benzema lifts Real
Adebayor secures Real switch
• Diarra set to leave Madrid
Mourinho coy on long-term future
Valdano denies Mourinho rift

Mourinho left Inter last season after suffering a difficult relationship with the media and his rival coaches' in Italy, and since arriving at Real Madrid he has spoken on a number of occasions of his love for the English game.

Reports of unrest at Madrid have surfaced of late, fuelled by sporting director Jorge Valdano's criticism of Mourinho's decision to bench Karim Benzema, and it appears the coach is not planning to remain at the Bernabeu long-term.

"I've decided to return to England," he was quoted as saying in The Sun. "I have nothing prepared about my future - I just want to be happy in my work.

"I have no preferences about Manchester United, Manchester City or Chelsea. I just want to rediscover the joy. I'm not saying the Premier League is the most spectacular in the world but it is the best organised... the fair play and the enormous respect for your opponent."

Mourinho, who led Chelsea to the Premier League title in 2005 and 2006, has repeatedly been touted as a successor to Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford.

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