Jose Mourinho rules out leaving Chelsea ever again
London: Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has made it clear that he will never quit Stamford Bridge, as long as the club wants him to stay.
He left Chelsea in 2007 after winning two Premier League titles, and again returned in 2013 following coaching stints at Inter Milan and Real Madrid.
Mourinho told a leading channel that no club can move him from Chelsea until Chelsea wants him to move, and added that he wants to remain at Stamford Bridge.
Mourinho first arrived at Stamford Bridge in 2004, weeks after guiding Porto to Champions League success.
Mourinho claimed the Champions League for a second time at Inter, as well as securing two Serie A titles, before winning La Liga with Madrid.
He said he has a long-term future at Chelsea, as owner Roman Abramovich is keen for him to stay beyond his four-year contract.
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