From Spain: Real Madrid want Jose Mourinho to replace Julen Lopetegui

Virginia Santiago
October 23, 2018

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Jose Mourinho has dismissed speculation he could return to Real Madrid and insisted he would like to stay at Manchester United beyond his current contract.

A 2-1 home defeat to Levante on Saturday piled more pressure on the former Spain manager as Madrid recorded the longest goal drought in the club's history before finally finding the back of the net for the first time in nearly a month.

"No, I'm happy here".

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'I'm happy to see out my contract and I would like to stay after my contract.

Meanwhile, Mourinho has confirmed Alexis Sanchez is injured and will not face the Italian champions. "I do not have to talk about other clubs".

Real Madrid are now 7th in La Liga and there are rumours that Lopetegui could be sacked just four months into his tenure.

A packed press conference room saw a wide range of topics thrown in Mourinho's direction and he deflected a lot of them, as he appeared to be agitated by the lack of focus on Tuesday night's match against Juventus.

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He said: "They now have a special player who makes a difference".

Mourinho also took the chance to plead with Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri to give Marco Ianni a second chance following the touchline incident at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

"I'm not happy that it is going too far with the young boy, I don't think he deserves more than what he got", Mourinho said.

Striker Romelu Lukaku started the season with four goals in his first five games, but the Belgian has now failed to find the net in his last seven games in all club competitions.

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The former Malaga man added: "I have been here for six seasons and we've always known how to bounce back". Here, I still think the teamwork between myself and my team-mates can improve.

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