The Great Debate: What next for José Mourinho?

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Another Premier League club, another fallout, another José Mourinho sacking.

What’s left for the Portuguese now?


Lewis Ambrose

I don’t know where he’ll end up managing, but you can be sure he’ll be gracing our screens with some explosive Euro 2020 punditry, right? After that, I’m going to say a return to Porto, whenever they need a new manager again.


Phil Costa

I really think he’s done in England (for now). He’ll temporarily retreat into obscurity in Qatar or the Middle East, collect his money and come back a changed man when everybody has forgotten!


Alex Mott

Mourinho is done at the very elite level, which is why international football seems like the best next step for The Fallen One. Failure for Fernando Santos at this summer’s European Championship will surely see Mou take the Portugal job.


Joel Sanderson-Murray

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I can’t see any club going anywhere near him for a long time, with the current financial outlook and his reported high wage demands.

He’s going to end up beIN Sports with Keys and Gray for the foreseeable future, isn’t he?


Pádraig Whelan

He won’t be gone for long. My prediction is that Newcastle’s takeover from the Saudi consortium goes through at the second attempt and they pick Mourinho to head up a new era on Tyneside.