Jose Mourinho says 'no' to summer city switch
15th April 2011 - Berko Tau
Former Chelsea football manager Jose Mourinho has dismissed suggestions that he could take over at Manchester City this summer.
The Real Madrid football manager was asked about his future by Sky Italia, and again re-iterated that he will be heading back to England at some point.
He explained that his time with Chelsea was the happiest time in his coaching career, and he misses the atmosphere in the country.
But Mourinho told the broadcaster: "Me [go] to Manchester City? That's impossible." He added that he has another three years on his Real Madrid contract and would like to see them out.
Mourinho won two Premier League titles, two League Cups and an FA Cup during his time with Chelsea, while his first season with Internazionale brought the Serie A title.
His second campaign with the Italian giants yielded an unprecedented treble of Serie A, the Copa Italia and the Champions League.
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