Mourinho Sensationally Admits He Could Manage Arsenal Or Tottenham After Chelsea

Could he replace his biggest foe in Arsene Wenger?
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Jose Mourinho dropped the biggest hint yet that there could be life after Chelsea the second time around after his sides 3-1 defeat to Everton. He admitted that there are several jobs he would like, and that he will continue to live in London after he eventually leaves the Stamford Bridge post.

Talking to Piers Morgan in a diary for GQ's Man of the Year Awards, Mourinho said, "There are a number of other opportunities for a manager in London - Fulham, QPR, West Ham, Spurs, the England national team... and Arsenal."

Morgan ruled out him managing a side outside of the Champions League, leaving him with either the England job or heading to Arsenal to replace his adversary Arsene Wenger. But there is a possibility he could manage a club like Spurs, only just outside the top 4 and with an opportunity to make his mark on an underachieving side.

Morgan asked if there were only two options for the Chelsea boss, and he responded, "Patience. For now I have given you what you wanted - a glimmer of hope."