Mourinho hints at England move

Portuguese coach enjoyed 'distinct' life in English

Jose Mourinho: Has again hinted that his future may lie in England despite his contract extension at Real Madrid

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Real Madrid chief Jose Mourinho has again hinted he could return to England despite penning a new contract with the Spanish champions.

The former Chelsea boss has signed a deal with the Primera Division club until 2016 even though this season he has continued to flirt with the possibility of making a move back to the Premier League.

Speaking at a conference in the Turkish capital of Ankara, Mourinho - heavily linked with a move back to Chelsea - suggested that England would better suit his family life.

"I have signed until 2016, but in a club like Madrid if you lose two consecutive games they can cancel your contract," the Portuguese coach said.

"I hope to do as well as possible in these years as I am better than ever with 10 years of experience. In 2016 my daughter will be starting university and I would like to choose in which city she studies.

"London was distinct for me. I had a normal life there. In England the people are not interested in your personal life, but that is different in Spain and Italy. I need to protect my family."