The Special One returns, 100 million brings Mourinho closer to Bayern Munich

Portuguese coach's return from Roma is getting closer and closer

By Luis Zamora

Portuguese coach's return from Roma is getting closer and closer
Portuguese coach's return from Roma is getting closer and closer
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Speculation continues to mount that José Mourinho will be in the Bayern Munich dugout next season. The coach has opened the door to the possibility and has a first-rate ally in the Bavarian dressing room. Jose Mourinho has unexpectedly become one of the big players in the transfer market. The Portuguese coach, without a club since Roma decided to dispense with his services just a few weeks ago, has been strongly linked with Bayern Munich.

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The German team, which is seeing how Bayer Leverkusen is passing them by the right side in the Bundesliga and is far from its best version, is beginning to doubt the ability of Thomas Tuchel at the helm of the ship and the succession of own names is the order of the day, as is the case of Hansi Flick.

Reports that José Mourinho himself is learning German in order to be prepared for the possibility of taking over the German ship if the opportunity arises have triggered hypotheses about this route. Now, from England also point in this direction with a surprising exclusive.

The Mirror reports that striker Harry Kane, who arrived in Munich last summer on a big-money deal from Tottenham, would be delighted to meet The Special One. The two have known each other since their time together at Tottenham between November 2019 and April 2021 and developed a "very strong bond" in north London, according to the tabloid.

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Mourinho did "a lot of good things for Kane" at the time, and the striker repaid him with 45 goals and 18 assists in 62 appearances. He would undoubtedly be a real coup on the Bavarian table.

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