Jose Mourinho is back in Chelsea … but it is not for Maurizio Sarri's job, as former manager shaves and the club's PR man Steve Atkins catches up
- Jose Mourinho was pictured on King & # 39; s Road in Chelsea for shaving
- The former Chelsea manager bumped into their club's PR man Steve Atkins
- He was connected to the Juventus job while Massimiliano Allegri left the club
Jose Mourinho is pictured back in West London … but the former Chelsea manager is not trying to get back to the club for a third period – amid speculation about the future of Maurizio Sarri.
Mourinho was seen on Thursday in Chelsea on the way to a shave.
The 56-year-old was seen on King & # 39; s Road as he went to the barber shop of Hak & # 39; s Oscars.
Jose Mourinho was spotted on King & # 39; s Road, Chelsea on Thursday when he visited a barber shop
The 56-year-old was pictured at Hak & # 39; s Oscars barbershop with a smooth-shaven face
Mourinho enjoyed a smooth £ 60 towel for smoothing out before he even started a haircut.
During Thursday's visit, Mourinho met an old colleague in the form of Steve Atkins.
Atkins, who works as Chelsea & # 39; s Director of Communications and Public Affairs, found a chat with Mourinho before they went their own way.
Mourinho currently has no job after his resignation as manager of Manchester United in December.
The Portuguese, who has said he wants to return to management this summer, has been associated with Juventus following Massimiliano Allegri's announcement that he will leave the club.
He ran into Chelsea & # 39; s director of communications and public affairs Steve Atkins
Mourinho said about his future this week that he has admitted that a former player has asked him to join his club – with suggestions to talk to Cristiano Ronaldo about becoming the Juve manager.
Monday there were reports that Ronaldo his former manager, who was in charge of him in Real Madrid, moved to the Allianz stadium early this summer.
Mourinho told BeIN Sports: & One of the players with whom I have a great relationship with him, he plays for a team and he told me: "You should come here next season" and I told him: "They do don't love me ".
& # 39; He said to me: "You win three games and they will love you".
& # 39; This is just … we are professionals and we respect each other, even if we have bad reactions on the field, during the press conference, one player is more aggressive with another.
& # 39; They are people from the same industry and ultimately people respect each other. & # 39;
Mourinho has admitted that a former player has asked him to join his club
It led to suggestions that he might have talked to Cristiano Ronaldo about the job at Juventus
Monday there were reports that Ronaldo wanted to be reunited with his former manager
Mourinho has been out of work since he was fired last December as manager of Manchester United. But he has a track record of success in Italy and sends Inter Milan to the Treble in 2010.
That can go against him in any attempt to become a Juventus manager, due to the rivalry between the two clubs and the fact that Mourinho has previously ignited the flames.
In November last year, he set his ear to the fans on Juventus & # 39; ground after United beat them in the Champions League group stage.
Mourinho was in charge of Ronaldo's best ever season and helped him score 46 goals in the 2011-12 campaign at Real Madrid.
Mourinho cupped his ear to the fans on the floor of Juventus after he defeated them last year
The Portuguese manager and his united players celebrate after the victory in Turin
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