Jose Mourinho said that Chelsea star Eden Hazard has both the ability and “identity” to prevail at Real Madrid.
“Does he has the ability to play for Real Madrid He does. Does he have the identity to put on a ‘super-substantial’ shirt and play before the fans at the Bernabeu? Indeed, he has the identity,” Mourinho said on DAZN Espana while filling in as a studio examiner for the Carabao Cup.
The Belgium midfielder has delayed contract talks so as to keep his mid-year alternatives open, and a month ago Chelsea supervisor Maurizio Sarri said he should join Madrid toward the end of the season in the event that he trusts that will make him cheerful.
Mourinho likewise communicated his longing to come back to oversee in the wake of being sacked by Manchester United in December, saying he plans to be back with a club by the late spring.
“In this short period of my life, which I trust is just until June, I’m more worried about what others would do than what I would do,” the ex-Real Madrid manager said in his job as a pundit.
Chelsea – a club where Mourinho won three Premier League titles – lost the Carabao Cup on punishments to Manchester City at Wembley Stadium on Sunday, strengthening weight on Sarri’s future at Stamford Bridge. At Real Madrid, Santiago Solari was named the perpetual supervisor after Julen Lopetegui’s disastrous spell finished before in the season.
A week ago, Mourinho went to a Lille-Montpellier coordinate and disclosed to Portuguese outlet Record about his enthusiasm for instructing “one day” in France’s Ligue 1.
Mourinho has won 25 consolidated trophies all through his vocation. Just as his titles with Chelsea, Mourinho drove Real Madrid to the Spanish title in 2012, and guided Porto and Inter Milan to Champions League triumphs in 2004 and 2010 individually – just as local titles.
He won the EFL Cup, Community Shield, and Europa League in his more than two seasons at Old Trafford.