Chelsea under-fire Portuguese tactician Jose Mourinho would be allowed to join any of the Manchester clubs in the eventuality of his sack.
Mourinho has never been under pressure as this since he started his managerial career – he has overseen Chelsea to their worst start to a Premier League season spanning the last 37 years and his job is currently on the line.
Reports emerged preceding Chelsea’s Champions League match that last weekend would be his last if he doesn’t turn their season around and unfortunately, his said was thumped for the second this season by the Potters last Saturday.
Over a fortnight ago, the board of Chelsea passed a confidence vote on the Special One, but the recent happenings in Chelsea have fuelled speculation that he might sacked.
However, his antecedent as manager means he cannot search for job for a long time and The Times now reports that he will be allowed to join Manchester United and Manchester City in the eventuality of his sack.
The football world thought Mourinho would take over the batten for Sir Alex Ferguson when he resigned in 2013 but David Moyes took over. Meanwhile, Mourinho has once said he fancies Manchester United which was inferred as his desire to coach the Red Devils.
Meanwhile, Mourinho signed a contract extension with Chelsea but there is no clause in the contract that prevents him from making a move to the EPL.