Jose Mourinho could be in line for a return to management in Italy, and has not ruled out going back to Inter Milan.
After his first Chelsea exit in 2007, the Special One was in charge at Inter for two years winning Serie A twice, the Coppa Italia and the Champions League.
Mourinho spoke to La Gazzetta dello Sport about his future plans.
He said: “I want a club similar to my Inter side, a thrilling team.
“Quality has been improving in Italy.
“Big sides try to put Juventus’ supremacy under threat. Serie A will be enjoyable again very soon”.
“Inter return? I don’t want to answer this now.
“But for the future, I want a club where there is complete empathy and where there are people happy to work, in Milan, I had all this.”
Inter are third in Serie A but a whopping 22 points behind leaders Juventus.
And current boss Luciano Spalletti is under pressure with the shadow of a jobless Mourinho hanging over him.
Inter chairman Massimo Moratti is also keen on Antonio Conte who left Chelsea last summer.