Jose Mourinho was finally sacked by Chelsea yesterday afternoon following a torrid run of results.
The Special One went through the west London based club’s worst start to a Premier League campaign and has left the Blues languishing in 16th position in the points table, one point above the relegation zone.
Despite being axed, the troubled Portuguese manager who led the Blues to the Premier League title last term, has been linked with a shock return to Real Madrid.
According to a report from The Sun, the La Liga giants are planning to axe their current boss, Rafael Benitez, and replace him with the newly sacked former Inter Milan and Porto manager.
However, Real Madrid president Perez, has confirmed that is not the case here.
“No one can predict the future, but right now he will not be coming to Madrid,” Perez told Cadena Ser.
“Benitez is capable of solving the problems we have. We are only contemplating that option.
“I have very good memories of Mourinho, he lifted our competitive level a lot.
“It wasn’t a dark period for the club as with him we returned to where we belong.”
Mourinho is also linked with a move to French side Monaco according to his agent. He claims that, the Portuguese manager has already agreed to take the managerial post of Monaco next season.
Earlier former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon has claimed Jose Mourinho would be happily welcome back as manager of Real Madrid if current boss Rafa Benitez is not doing well at the end of the season. He even said Perez actually wanted to appoint Mourinho after sacking Carlo Ancelotti for the 2015-16 campaign, but the Portuguese refused to reunite with the Los Blancos. He further suggested both Joachim Low and Jurgen Klopp were also looked as preferred prospects ahead of fourth choice Rafa Benitez.
However, Calderon admitted he didn’t really like Mourinho as manager of Real Madrid because of his rude techy behaviour in the dugout and with the media persons. Although current president Perez is a strong supporter of the Portuguese and Calderon will not be shocked Mourinho returns to Madrid in the future.
But Perez’s recent comments confirm Real are not in a mood to welcome back Jose Mourinho in the middle of the season.