Jose Mourinho’s long term future at Real Madrid is after doubt, even more so after he reminisced about his time at Chelsea, according to the Daily Mirror. Real Madrid drew their Champions League game against Lyon 1-1 which means Mourinho’s will have it all to do when they play the return leg at the Bernabeu. Especially in light of the fact that Madrid have never beaten Lyon.
When asked if he will see out his four year contract with the Spanish club he said: “I don’t know”. But he continued: “When I sign a contract, I sign with the intention to respect the contract and be happy”.
He went on to mention his affection for Chelsea, saying: “I love Chelsea. I was the happiest man when I was there. I was thinking I would be there all my life. So you never know”.
Meanwhile Carlo Ancelotti told Mediaset Premium that although he won’t leave Chelsea any time soon, he does dream of coaching Roma one day. He said: “Coaching Roma. For the moment it remains a dream.It’s my dream and I’ve always said this, but for the moment it remains so.”
Ancelotti has been facing pressure after his side were knocked out of the FA Cup and with the possibility of defending their Premiership title long gone their only hope of silverware is the Champions League.