The Scot however admitted that he does not know what Mourinho’s plans are, but says it will be a big attraction for the former Inter Milan manager.
“Absolutely,” he replied, when asked if the Special One’s return, will bring competition. “It will get me angry again. I have no idea what Jose is doing but going back is a big attraction for him.’
The Real Madrid manager on Friday, said that he had not taken a decision on his future yet.
“No, no. The first person I tell will be my wife and children. At the end of the season I will speak to the president, Florentino Pérez, and [director general] José Angel [Sánchez] and decide,” he said.
He added: “I have always left clubs in the right way. Even Chelsea, which seemed controversial, wasn’t so much. When I go I never say anything negative about those clubs, quite the opposite. The day I go I will be wishing Madrid the best for the future. Clubs always stay with me. Chelsea did not win the European Cup with me but I was just as pleased when they won it. Madrid will always be special and I want them to win their 10th European Cup. If that’s with me, fine. If not, I will enjoy it as much. It hurts when Inter lose and I enjoy it when Chelsea win.”