Jose Mourinho has broken his silence after being terminated by Manchester United. It was the latest negative period for the Portuguese boss, but hasn't stopped his former clubs from proclaiming their love for him. In particular, Benfica had spoken about their desire to reunite with the Special One. He responded to these declarations by saying: "Today I don't have any intention of working in Portugal, I don't like to feed into the rumors and for me the best way to respect a great president is to say that I haven't been contacted. If it did happen, Benfica would be the first to know my decision, but I repeat, I don't have intentions of working in Portugal. Right now Benfica must support Bruno Lage and think of the future, that I am good like this."
After leaving Benfica he joined their rivals Porto and launched his great international career by winning the Champions League. This propelled Mourinho to manage great clubs like Chelsea, Inter and Real Madrid. The last two in particular have also been involved with rumors regarding the manager and remembrance of the great times he had at the clubs. Mourinho had this to say: "A great honor because when you return to play or manage a club it means that you left positive memories. I have a right to my calmness now, I will make my decision with tranquility."