Portuguese tactician Jose Mourinho has made a big admission about potentially returning to a certain country to manage.
The 58-year-old spent two years in charge of Inter Milan from 2008 to 2010, before leaving the Nerazzurri to take up Florentino Perez's offer to coach Real Madrid.
During his time with the Serie A club, Mourinho was known to have an incredibly close connection with his players and Inter's supporters, but that will not deter him from coaching one of the Italian giants' fiercest rivals.
"With Inter, I won everything and there is special affection," he told The Times.
"But if one day I went back to Italy and coached a rival club, I wouldn't think twice about it.
"I have this professional way of looking at things and I feel good about myself."
Mourinho's remarks should not come as much of a surprise, with the manager having worked with both Benfica and Porto in Portugal, with Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur in England, and with Real and FC Barcelona in Spain.
Although he did not manage the Catalan giants, he did work as a translator for Sir Bobby Robson and as an assistant for Louis van Gaal at the Camp Nou.
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