Jose Mourinho described former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger as of the 'best managers in football history' and admitted he enjoyed the challenge of facing his sides.
Jose Mourinho has told the Daily Telegraph he could drop down a level when he decides to return to management and said he is not looking to get into conflicts when he takes a new job.
Mourinho, sacked by Manchester United on Dec. 18, discussed his future in the game and hinted he may not take over at a traditional powerhouse, but could look to take over a side with potential.
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