Mourinho: "I wouldn't have any problem with returning to Real"

Lisbon, July 27, 2012 - SL Benfica hosted Real Madrid at Estádio da Luz for the 5th Edition of the Eusébio Cup JoséMourinho (Gustavo Bom/Global Imagens)

The Portuguese coach does not rule out the possibility of returning to Real.

Jose Mourinho does not rule out a return to Real Madrid. The Portuguese coach, who led the Merengues for three seasons (from 2010/11 to 2012/13) says he "wouldn't have any problem with returning." "I think it's the right club. If the structure and the ambitions are right, I wouldn't have any problem with returning," Mourinho told BeIN Sports. "It makes you proud when someone wants you to come back to a place where you've been before. Real is an iconic club, they did something extraordinary in Europe over the past five years. Absolutely incredible. Five years, four finals and four wins is absolutely incredible," he said, although he is more critical of Real's Spanish league performance.

"They have only won two leagues in 10 years, but the feeling in 2011/12, when we won, was incredible," Mourinho said amid rumors that Solari is about to be sacked.

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