Not only Barcelona, Mourinho is followed also by Liverpool and what they should do to convince him

Jose Mourinho was spotted during the Fulham vs Liverpool game in the Premier League.

Jose Mourinho angry as he was coaching AS Roma earlier this season.

Even though Jose Mourinho was linked to the FC Barcelona job this summer, Jose Mourinho returned to England as speculation grew that he could become the next Liverpool manager. The Portuguese coach attended the Fulham vs Liverpool game in the Premier League at the Craven Cottage. He got to witness Liverpool win 3-1 against Fulham and are now second in the Premier League with 74 points. Mourinho could be convinced to take the Liverpool job since the Portuguese want a new job quickly, and the Reds are willing to spend money this summer on new players.

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This wouldn't be the first English club Mourinho would coach if he were to be appointed by Liverpool at the end of the season. He coached Tottenham, Manchester United, and Chelsea. Many assume that Mourinho wouldn't join Liverpool because of his past at Manchester United, but he proved that it doesn't matter what the rivalry between clubs is when he joined the Spurs after coaching many years at Chelsea.

Mourinho has won three Premier League titles in his career, all of which were won by Chelsea. He has also won the FA Cup with Chelsea and won three English League cups. He won one English League cup with Manchester United. He also won two English Super Cups, as he won them with Chelsea and Manchester United. Liverpool already has a Portuguese manager in mind for Sporting CP's Ruben Amorim.

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Liverpool's latest win against Fulham in the Premier League

Liverpool bounces back in the Premier League after terrible results in recent weeks. Liverpool defeated Fulham 3-1 with goals from Trent Alexander-Arnold, Ryan Gravenberch, and Diogo Jota. Liverpool picked up their 22 Premier League win and is second in the table with 74 points and a +43 goal difference. Arsenal are first with 74 points and a +51 goal difference. Man City are third with 73 points and has a game in hand. On Wednesday, Liverpool's next Premier League game will be the Merseyside Derby against Everton at Goodison Park.

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